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Follows a preposition

The object of the preposition follows the preposition.

What is the longest river on earth

The Nile river is the longest river on Earth For horseisle? the answer is just Nile!

Who or what the sentence is about

The sentence is about the subject.

What is needed to form possessive nouns

In order to form possessive nouns, an apostrophe is needed, as well as the letter s for singular nouns.

For example, if you are referring to the surface of the table, you would write the table's surface.

If there were several tables, it would be tables' surfaces.

Some words where the singular noun changes form to become a plural will require the 's also, e.g. children's toys

Used to show where the exact words of a speaker begin and end

Quotation marks are "used to show where the exact words of a speaker begin and end".

Kinds of verb

There are four kinds of verb 1 - transative verb 2 intransative verb 3 Auxilary verb 4 main verb

Needed to form possessive nouns and contradictions

Contradictions are not word forms; contradictions are a logical incompatibility between two or more propositions. Perhaps you meant the word form, contractions.

Contractions and possessive nouns use an apostrophe.

A contraction is a shortened version of the written and spoken words, made by replacing some of the letters with an apostrophe. Examples:

  • The words I am = I'm.
  • The words I will = I'll.
  • The words you are = you're.
  • the words you will = you'll.
  • the words could not = couldn't.
  • the words should not - shouldn't.

To form possessive nouns, an apostrophe s ('s) are added to the end of a word; for some words that already end with an s, just an apostrophe is added after the s at the end of the word. Examples:

  • The shoes of my mother = my mother'sshoes.
  • The leaves of the tree = the tree'sleaves.
  • The trunk of the elephant = the elephant'strunk.
  • The traffic of the city = the city'straffic.
Main part of a word without any affixes

The main part of a word is the word's 'root'.

The three personal pronouns

Three examples of personal pronouns are you, me, and us.

The personal pronouns are: I, you, we, he, she, it, me, us, him, her, they, them.

What is nominative object and possessive

the three cases of personal pronouns

What follows a linking or actions verb

A subject follows a linking or action verb. A predicate noun or predicate adjective can follow a linking verb. An indirect object is the noun that can follow an action verb.

A molecule having slighty negative and positive ends with regard to change

a molecule having slightly negative and positive ends with regard to change

Capitalized because they are particular person place and thing

A proper noun is capitalized because it is a particular person, place or thing. The word Internet is always capitalized, too. It is also proper to capitalize titles like Lord and Lady.

Do Its and It's have opposite meanings

No. They have different meanings, but not opposite.

Two kinds of a verbs

There are different kinds of verbs but,two verbs are eating and reading.

What answers the question to or for whom

an indirect object

Sometimes called the simple predicate-

The Verb is sometimes called the simple predicate.

The distance a beam of light travels in one yea

The distance a beam of light travels in one year in a vacuum is called a "light year". It is equivalent to just under 9.5 trillion kilometres.

Two or more objects or ideas observed by Their similarities


Tells more about another noun

Action and

personal pronouns have number , person, and what




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