An Idiom is
An idiom (Latin: idioma, special
property) is a phrase or a fixed
expression that has a figurative, or
sometimes literal, meaning. Thus,
an idiom is a figure of speech.
An idiom's figurative meaning is quite
An Antonym is a word that is
(opposite) in meaning to a
in the same language.
Choose the phrase or word
that is most nearly opposite
in meaning to the word in
A Synonym is
A Synonym is the
meaning of a particular word. So, it
is a word or a phrase that means the
same as another word or a phrase in
the same language.
Replace the words in red with their synonyms in green.
Punctuation is all the symbols
besides letters that are used in a
. ! ? s
() / - :
Why use Punctuation?
It is very important to use punctuation
when writing. It shows the reader
when sentences beg
A Adverb is.
Adjective is a word that modifies
(gives more information about) a
noun or pronoun.
An adjective gives information about
the color, size, characteristic,
quality, quantity or personal traits
of a noun or pronou
Sentencesare nice little packages of
words that come together to express
In order to be a complete sentence, a
group of words needs to contain a
subject and a verb, and it needs to
A Homonym is
a word pronounced the same as another
but differing in meaning, whether spelled the
same way or not, as heir and air; a homophone.
A homonym can be both a homophone
(sound) and/or a homograph (spelling), that
A Noun is
Nouns are words that identify the
whos, wheres, and whats in
Nouns name people,
things and ideas.
Proper vs. Common Nouns
Proper nouns name specific, one-ofa-kind items while common nouns