English_Language_Jeopardy

English_Language_Jeopardy - English Jeopardy. $5 $5 This is...

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English Jeopardy. $5 This is a word that names a person, place, thing, quality or action. It can also be known as a naming word. Noun $5 These are words that are doing, saying, thinking or relating words. Every sentence must have at least one of these words other wise it won’t make sense. Verb $5 These are at the start of each sentence; they are also at the start of a proper noun. Eg. Tawa, Miss Brown. Capital Letters. $5 We use these to show that a sentence has ended. Full Stops.
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These are used to show excitement, shock, or anger in a sentence. They are used instead of a full stop. Exclamation mark $15 You need to use these when you ask a question. They are used instead of a full stop. Question Marks $5 These are words that describe people, places and things. They can tell us about colour, shape, how many and how much. Adjectives $15 This is a group of letter we add to the start of a word to change the meaning. Prefixes.
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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