Teachers and tutors can use these language flash cards to help teach varying types of nouns
There are 15 flash cards in this set (3 pages to print.)
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Sample flash cards in this set:
|Noun||A word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.|
|Concrete Noun||names an object that can be seen, felt, touched, smelled, or tasted. Ex: book, flower, apple, sand|
|Abstract Noun||Names an idea quality or state of being Ex: curiosity, pride, independency, sadness|
|Collective Noun||Refers to a group of people or things. Ex: audience, crowd, staff|
|Pronoun||A word used in place of a noun or another antecedent.|
|Antecedent||Noun that a pronoun replaces.|
|Reflexive Pronoun||Reflects the action back upon the subject. (formed by adding self or selves to form personal pronouns... must have antecedent)|
|Intensive Pronoun||Adds emphasis or intensifies a noun or pronoun Ex: The wait (itself) would take hours.|
|Demonstrative Pronoun||Points out specific nouns. Ex: this, that, these, those|
|Indefinite Pronoun||Doesn't always refer to a person, place, or thing|
|Interrogative Pronoun||Used to ask a question Ex: who, whom, which, whose, what|
|Relative Pronoun||introduces the subordinate clauses. Ex: who, whom, which, whose, that|
|First Person||S: I, Me (my, mine) P: we, us (our, ours)|
|Second Person||S: you (yours, your) P: you (yours, your)|
|Third Person||S: she, mine, he, hers, it P: they, them|