Using Punctuation to Connect Clauses
1 Dashes The dash () is used to punctuate sentences, while the hyphen (-) is used to punctuate
words. Dashes can be used instead of commas or parentheses to offset supplementary
relative clauses, or colons to introduce
1 Subject-auxiliary inversion (SAI)
1. Identifying the subject - the subject is what the aux. verb moves across, or is
between the aux. verband lexical verb.
2. Differentiating between lexical and auxiliary verbs - aux verbs move
Types of Subordinate Clauses Homework
Each of the following sentences has a tensed subordinate clause in it. Put brackets
around the subordinate clause. For each sentence, give the type of subordinate clause:
prepositional phrase subordinate clauses, inte
Parts of Speech Homework
Divide the sentences up by subject and predicate.
1. This chapter is an overview of the whole book.
2. We've provided a few exercises on some of the material.
3. The main point of the exercise is just to force some concentration o
1 Comparative and superlative grade
Adjectives and certain determinatives and adverbs can inect for grade, see (1). This can be a regular or
an irregular inection (tall vs. many). All of these grades really deal with comparisons, but of different
We use language to exclude/include people
Gatekeepers- purpose of language- who has the power to say right and wrong
Language used to identify with particular groups
Standard American English (SAE)
no one uses SAE exclusively
form of Engli
Linguistics 103: 028 English Grammar
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Huddleston and Pullum, Chapter 3 Key Terms
This chapter contains a great deal of information, both basic definitions of important verbal
categories, and also some fine-grained details about meanings w
Final Exam Study Guide (Refer to the chapter in text)
1 Chapter 7: Prepositions
Prepositions are defined broadly. They can have a NP complement, but also a clause or
another prepositional phrase.
Most prepositions represent relations of space or time, b