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Includes questions related to the comprehension, usage and identification of the parts of speech used to replace nouns such as he or she.
Here are some 6-letter nouns that begin with the letter V: Vermin Vellum Vaults
Sentence with an interrogative pronoun (in bold):   What is the name of the person who stole your things?
The antecedent is the noun or pronoun replaced by a pronoun.    Examples:   When  George got to 19th Street,  he got off the train. ("George" is the antecedent of the  personal pronoun "he.")    You and I can finish this if  we work together. (the pronouns 'you and I' are the ...
No, the is a demonsrative adjective called the definite article.
The noun 'day' is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for a  specific period of time.
The word 'contract' is both a verb and a noun.   The verb to 'contract' is to make smaller or to become  smaller; to acquire or incur; to enter into a formal agreement; a  word for an action.   The noun 'contract' is a word for an oral or written  agreement between parties; a document on...
A personal pronoun has:    number (singular or plural)   person (first person, second person, third person)   gender (male, female, neuter)       The singular personal pronouns are: I, me, you, he, him, she, her,  it.   The plural personal pronouns are: we, us, you, they,...
Read is most often a verb but is sometimes used as a noun. Examples: Verb: We have to read four chapters for homework. I have read those chapters already. Noun: If you like a good read, try some books by James Michener.
Chocolate (noun) is a preparation of the seeds of cacao, roasted, husked, and ground, often sweetened and flavored, as with vanilla. As an adjective, 'chocolate' is used to describe a moderate to deep brown color.
simply add an -s, as in:facia - faciasfuscia - fusciasaria - arias
Strictly speaking, there is no such thing rightly called a pronoun  phrase. A pronoun phrase is a form of noun phrase  (any word or group of words based on a noun or pronoun, without a  verb, that can function in a sentence as a subject, or object of a  verb or a preposition).    Here's an...
The singular form of the plural noun thieves is  thief.
common noun- Sodaproper noun- Coca Cola
Nouns that describe (name) an idea or concept are known as abstract or special nouns.An abstract noun (special noun) is a noun that refers to a quality, idea or emotion. These nouns are considered special because you cannot touch, taste, see, hear or smell them like other nouns, e.g. ice cream. ...
  Articles, such as 'a', 'an' and 'the', are used to signal nouns and to specify their classifications.     Examples are as follows:     We have a school down the road.   We go to the school down the road.   We have an hour to get this work done.
Thanksgiving is both a proper noun as well as a common noun.
All nouns can be replaced by pronouns. If you mean what do you call a noun that is replaced by a pronoun, the answer is antecedent.
The difference between the pronouns that show possession is:    A possessive pronoun takes the place of the noun that  belongs to someone or something.   Example: These are the costumes. The red is  yours and the blue is mine.   The possessive pronouns are: mine, yours, his, hers, its,...
Prize can be a noun or a verb "Trophy"?, they are given as a prize.
Nevada IS a proper noun. It is the name of the 36th state of the USA (the capital N is a bit of a clue ;))
Yes, Australia is a noun, a proper noun because it names a specific place.
No, the word 'person' is noun. A noun is a word for a  person, a place, or a thing.    A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a  sentence.   The pronouns that take the place of the noun 'person' are he or  she as a subject, and him or her as an object.    Examples:  ...
you are a little Niger
To speak; to give a speech. And jokingly, you may see some political blogs and magazines use a made-up verb called "to speechify"-- which means to give a really elaborate speech that is actually kind of phony; to launch into a big speech when you don't really need to. Politicians do this far too...
Yes, it is naming a specific place. (:
"Not at my desk " is the right one.
The hard test was hard to understand.
It's a verb.========Have is generally used as a verb but on the rare occasion it has been used as a noun, as in the expression the haves and have-nots
tortured,terified, strong,and brave
when our tense is in the past we can use the helping verb had
Well I think that a long time ago some weird cavemen just came up with some random wacky words they never heard before and it just stuck and became a lanuage.
The noun vagrancy is the act of wandering around idly, without a home or employment. Example sentences: Laws against vagrancy were passed in the US during the Great Depression to try too keep vagrants off the streets of that place. Most of the laws against vagrancy have been repealed as...
Not by itself it isn't. If it had a helping verb (like is or another form of the verb to be), it would be part of a verb. For example, we could say something like this: James is farting his life away. In such a sentence, the verb is "is farting." When the word farting stands alone, it is what we...
The noun 'memoir' is a word for an account of someone's experiences  written by that person, or an essay or monograph on a specialized  topic; a word for a thing.    Example sentence:   A memoir is based on the writers memories and feelings, not  necessarily on facts.
Subsidiaries is the plural form of subsidiary.
An example verb that ends with "ion" is vacation (vacations,  vacationing, vacationed)   Example sentence: We always vacation at the beach.    The word "vacation" also functions as a noun.
"No, you may not stay out past curfew!", said his momorThere is no way I'll get an A on my report
The Police asked me if I knew who stole the bike from school, I said I didn't know.
Some examples of verb contractions (these are helper verb and adverb): do not = don'tdid not = didn'tare not = aren'tcan not = can'twas not = wasn'twere not = weren'thave not = haven'thas not = hasn'thad not = hadn'tcould not = couldn'tshould not= shouldn'twould not = wouldn't
Phew! At last, I am done with this one.The fabulously famous Warner Brothers cartoon skunk is named Pepe Le Pew, but most people think his name is Pepe Le Phew.The vocalic gesture 'phew' was first used in the early 1600s.
Yes - it is something which can be done, so it is an action
As I was not prepared for this unexpected quiz,I memorized most of the answers.
  deterioration is a noun; it's just not the noun you want. You may be thinking of detritus, but I am not confident that it comes from the same root as deteriarate.
Yes, the definition of a noun is 'a word for a person, a place, or a thing'.
The two pronouns that are the same in the subjective and objective are you and it.
The word mean can be used as a verb, adjective and a noun, e.gIt means a lot to me - verbHe's a mean person - adjective10 is the mean of 5 and 15 - noun
Abraham Lincoln is the first republican president of the U.S.
  She runs     She ran     She runs more     She runs even more     She runs more than that  
two bases from different languages.
"The boys want their dessert now."   Yes, the possessive adjective 'their' agrees in number with the  plural noun 'boys'.   The pronoun 'their' is the plural form used to describe a noun  belonging to a plural noun (or two or more nouns).
The docket will confirm the contents of the box
The indefinite pronoun 'everybody' is singular , it has noplural form. The pronoun 'everybody' is a word for 'each person'. Examples: Everybody is welcome. Everybody has arrived. "Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime"
what are the definitions for MEAN.
Respiration is the corresponding noun to the adjective respiratory.
Abstract nouns are sometimes referred to as special nouns. Special noun follow the same rules as all nouns. An abstract noun (special noun) is a noun that refers to a quality, idea or emotion. These nouns are considered special because you cannot touch, taste, see, hear or smell them like other...
Some nouns beginning with X are: XavierXenia, OHxenonxerographyxylophonex-ray
The word team's is a possessive noun.   The word our is a possessive adjective (a pronoun).    (The pronoun us is not in the possessive case.)
It could be both. If it is the name of the street then it is a proper noun and should be capitalised: Main Street. It could also be used as a common noun as in: Oxford Street is one of the main streets through central London
the answer is "works". 'slowly' and 'steadily' are adverbs that describes the word 'works'  
An auxiliary verb
The pronoun 'one' is an indefinite pronoun and has no  antecedent. The indefinite pronoun 'one' is a word for any person  in general.    In the sentences, "One should be cautious.:" the pronoun 'one'  means anyone.    Note: The word 'one' is also a noun and an adjective.
She was blushed when she woke up to find breakfast in bed.
We never get a friendly welcome from anyone i hate this family what is wrong with them..... They are scaring everyone..... I want a friendly welcome when i see people
It could be looming, frightening or enveloping and even more
Yes, the pronoun 'them' is the third person, plural,  personal pronoun which takes the place of a plural noun, or two or  more nouns or pronouns as the object of a verb or a preposition.    Examples:   I'm expecting Jack and Jill. I made lunch for them.   I'm expecting the Walkers. I...
The word favourite (US spelling, favorite) is both a noun  and an adjective.    Examples:   Candidate Milton is the favourite in the fourth district.  (noun)   This is my favourite book. (adjective)
The scratch on his hand was deep
Answer . Raw mother of pearl refers to the shell unaltered from the way it is removed from the ocean. It is unpolished, not coated with any preservative, and uncut. It often is sold in bulk, with all the pieces of all sizes mixed in together. You get a lot of waste when you buy it that way.
No, indeed is an adverb.
  No, it is the present participle of the verb "to wag"
Something considered not to be worth keeping or maintaining
Rachel dyed her hair green.Rachel- subjectdyed- verbhair- direct objectgreen-object complement
The plural forms of words that end in -s, -ch, -x and -z are formed by adding -es, e.g.: fox - foxes; mix - mixes; box - boxes church - churches wrench - wrenches; winch - winches buzz - buzzes; glass - glasses; class - classes; mess - messes
Nouns that are also verbs:    arm  bear  change  date  edge  fly  grip and gripe  help  ice  joke  knife  level  mine  note  point  reason  star and stage  trip  urge  vault  water  yell  zero  
my cranial nerve is acting up.
The possessive adjective "his" is used to denote possession or anattribute of a male subject. It can also be used to denote eithermale or female (singular) although the compound form "his or her"may be more appropriate.
Market is a place where many things can be found in a place:)
The noun earth is a singular, concrete, common noun as a word for the soft or granular material composing part of the surface of the globe; soil. . The noun Earth is a singular, concrete, proper noun as a word for the planet on which we live.. The noun earth is a common noun as a word...
No. Special subtypes of pronouns (called "possessive pronouns") are used to indicate possession. These pronouns (his, hers, theirs, its, mine, yours, whose, ours) do NOT use apostrophes. This is a frequent mistake for the word "it's". IT'S (with an apostrophe) is a contraction of "it is". The...
Quail, queen, quarry and quartz are nouns. Question, quiz, quota and quiver also are nouns.
Horrible, terrifying, disgusting.
Caring is primarily used as an adjective, e.g. He is a caring person. However it can also be a noun when referring to the work or practice of looking after those unable to care for themselves, like the sick and the elderly.
you can look it it up in a dictionary.
The indefinite pronouns are used in place of nouns for  people, things, or amounts that are unknown or unnamed.   They are: all, another, any, anybody, anyone, anything, both, each,  either, enough, everybody, everyone, everything, few, fewer, less,  little, many, more, most, much, neither,...
Her is the only pronoun in that sentence, and it is not plural.   The personal pronoun her is singular, one person.
no .The noun is 'proliferation'.
kind of sort of not really
The verb form for the noun prosperity is to prosper (prospers, prospering, prospered).
maybe you mean a 'proper noun'