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General Grammar Concepts - Exercise 1

Choose the correct word in each sentence below. When you have finished, click on the "Check My Work" button to view the answers.

1. The pronoun case of me, him, and them is .
2. Present participle words are signified by the  ending.
3. Adverbs are signified by the  ending.
4. A(n)  becomes plural by adding an -s.
5. Seem and become are examples of  verbs.
6. A verb phrase is composed of a(n)  and one or more auxiliary verbs.
7. A word that describes another noun is called a(n) .
8. A word that takes the place of a noun is called a(n) .
9. A "youunderstand" subject occurs with a verb in the  mood.
10. A(n)  conjunction joins equals.


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