abstract noun #T1
A noun which refers to an idea, quality, or state (e.g. warmth, liberty, happiness), rather than a physical thing that can be seen or touched.
An active verb has a subject which is performing the action of the verb, for example: John ate the apple. The opposite of passive.
A word, such as heavy, red, or sweet, that is used to describe (or modify) a noun.
A type of optional adverbial that adds extra information to a sentence, for instance: I can’t sleep at night.
A word, such as very, really or slowly, that is used to give more information about an adjective, verb, or other adverb.
An adverb, phrase, or clause which changes, restricts, or adds to the meaning of a verb, for instance: I put my bag on the floor.
A word, sentence, or phrase that states that something is the case or which expresses agreement, for instance: Whales are mammals. that’s correct. The opposite of negative.
The person or thing in a passive sentence that does or causes something (e.g. she was asked to leave).
An article belongs to the group of words called determiners. There are two types of article: the definite article and the indefinite article.
The form of a verb that shows, for example, whether the action happens once or repeatedly, is completed or still continuing.
An attributive adjective is used before the noun it describes (e.g. a red apple or a heavy bag). The opposite of predicative.
Auxiliary verbs are used to form tenses or passive forms of other verbs. The main ones are be, do, and have.