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What are the types of noun?

What are the types of noun?

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What are the types of noun?



Ling 21 : Grammar

Midterm Study Guide  

- Parts of Speech: Content Words  

1. Nouns : words that follow determiners  

• subject (head of a sentence)  

a) Types of Nouns:  

(1) Proper Nouns : refer to unique places, people or things  

i) typically names (i.e : Leonardo DiCaprio)  

ii) normally two words (i.e : The Louvre )  

 (2) Common Nouns : improper nouns  

 (i.e : statue , president )  

• Genitive nouns : classified by the ~ s and as ~of phrases  

 2. Verbs : express action or state of being  


What is verbs?



A. Types of Verbs :  We also discuss several other topics like What are the two forms of irrational problem-solving that are being discussed?

1. Intransitive Verbs: doesn’t transfer verb action onto object  

• do not need to be followed  

• can end a sentence  

 NP : subj. + VI *(adv)*  

 2. Linking Verbs : link verb to NP or Adj.P  

• Adj. functions as Pred.Adj.  

• Nouns function as Pre.N  

NP : subj. + VL + NP : Pred.N  

NP : subj. + VL + Adj.P : Pred.Adj.  

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 3. One-Place Transitive Verbs : must be followed by a DObj.  • verb transfers onto an object  


What part of speech is the words that follow determiners?



• if a sentence can be made passive, it is transitive  

NP : subj. + VT + NP : DO  

 4. Two-Place transitive Verbs (Vg) : must be followed by a NP: DO   and NP : IO  • Vg = the verb “to Give”  We also discuss several other topics like What happen in french revolution?

NP : subj. + Vg + NP : DO + PP : IO  

NP : subj. + Vg + NP : IO + NP : DO  

 5. Two-Place Transitive Verbs (Vc) : followed by a NP : DO and Obj.   Comp  

• Vc = the verb “to Consider”  

NP : subj. + Vc + NP : DO + NP : Obj. Comp.  

NP : subj. + Vc + NP : DO + Adj.P. : Obj. Comp.  

NP : subj. + Vc + NP : DO + Inf.P : Obj. Comp.  

 6. BE Verbs :  

1. Be  

2. Is  

3. Am  

4. Are  

5. Was  

6. Were  

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7. Been  

8. Being  

NP: subj. + Vbe + NP : Pred.N  

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NP : subj. + Vbe + Adv.Pl : Pred.Adv.  We also discuss several other topics like What is scientific ecological knowledge?

3. Adjectives : words that modify nouns  

- Limit  

- Qualify  

- Specify  

4. Adverbs : modify verbs  

- How  

- What  

- When  

- Where  

- Why  

- Parts of Speech : Function Words  

1. Determiners : specify a noun  

• Articles (A, An, The)  

• Demonstratives (This, That, These, Those)  

• Possessive Pronouns  

- My / Our  

- Your / Your  

- His / Their  

- Her / Their  

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- Its / Their  

- Mine / Ours  

- Yours /Yours  

- His / Theirs  

- Hers / Theirs  

- Its / Theirs  

• Numbers : determiners when they precede nouns  

• Prearticles : “Of” Phrases -  

• Some  

• Any  

• None  

• Each  

• Either  

• Neither  

• Many  

• a Few  

• Several  

• A little  

• Plenty  

• A lot  

• Mass quantities  

• Measure quantities  

2. Pronouns :  

 Personal Pronouns :  

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• I / Me  

• You / You  

• He / Him  

• She / Her  

• It / It  

• We / Us  

• They / Them  

Reflexive Pronouns :  

• Myself / Ourselves  

• Yourself / Yourselves  

• Himself / Themselves  

• Herself / Themselves  

• Itself / Themselves  

Indefinite Pronouns :  

• Somebody / Something / Someone  

• Anybody / Anything / Anyone  

• Everybody / Everything / Everyone  

• Nobody / Nothing / No one  

3. Auxiliaries :  

• Main Verb : Vp’s that constitute  

• Tense + Mood + Aspect  

• Tense : physical forms of a verb  

1. Past (My neighbor walks her dog. )

2. Present (i.e : Superman defeats Lex Luthor. )  

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• Mood : notions about purpose or intent  

• Conditional Mood : adds a condition to a verb  

• Modal + Infinitive + Verb Tense  

• Modals :  

1. Can / Could  

2. Shall / Should  

3. Will / Would  

4. May / Might  

5. Must  

- Semi modals : always combine together and form an AUX  

 1. Ought to  

 2. Used to  

 3. Dare to  

 4. Seem to  

 5. Need to  

 6. Happen to  

 7. Want to  

 8. Happen to  

 9. Have to  

• Perfect Aspect : indicates verb has been completed  

• form of HAV + Past / Present Participle  

• Progressive Aspect : indicates ongoing action  

• form of BE + Present Participle  

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