By: Bella Allen
How do you make a sentence?
Sentence= Noun Phrase + Verb Phrase
It can also be = Subject + Predicate
What's a Noun phrase?
Well, a noun phrase is a phrase that has a noun in it but the noun is the main or key word. For example, The dog is the noun phrase because the word "dog" is a noun.
What is a Verb Phrase?
It is a phrase that contains a verb and either any word that is indirect or direct but it can not be a subject.
Verb Phrase: Rolled Over
The cat rolled over.
Verb Phrase: caught the ball
The dog caught the ball.
Verb Phrase: Kicked the Soccer ball
The girl kicked the soccer ball.
What is the difference between a linking verb and an action verb?
A linking verb is used to make a sentence complete, a action verb is a verb that describes what someone is doing.
Why is I a pronoun?
"I" is a pronoun because it acts like one. The definition of a pronoun is a word that takes place of a noun. If we had a sentence that someone was writing about them they would put I instead there name (the noun).
What is an article in the English language?
There are three are three articles in the English language "the, A, and an."