A type of sentence which typically
makes a statement: Bob is a fast swimmer.
A subclass of ADVERB which
specifies the degree to which some property applies. Degree adverbs include
very and extremely.
The definite article is the.
The demonstrative pronouns
are this, that, these, and those.
An ADJECTIVE derived from a
NOUN, e.g. a mathematical puzzle = a puzzle based on
Determiners occur before NOUNS and indicate the kind of reference which the noun has:
A Direct Object follows a TRANSITIVE verb, and may be defined as that part of the clause which is affected by the "action" of the verb. For example, in Jim sold his car, the Direct Object is his car. The Direct Object may be identified by asking what or who is affected:
A subclass of ADVERB which comments on the sentence as a whole.
Ditransitive verbs take two Complements, an Indirect Object and a Direct Object.
The auxiliary verb do used with a main verb when forming interrogative or negative sentences, or for adding emphasis. Also called the DUMMY OPERATOR.
A special use of the PERSONAL PRONOUN it used in references to time and the weather:
Also called PROP IT.
Another term for the DO