Ch 4

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Ch 4
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  1. ______ derive their name from their pre position in front of noun phrases, and the entire constituent is called a ______ phrase
    prepositions
  2. _____ are said to modify the verbs they follow in that they provide information telling when, where, how, or why and action took place. They can also modify a noun that they follow. ex: the house on the hill overlooked the valley
    prepositions
  3. To differentiate whether a prepositional phrase modifies the noun or the verb, look at which element it _____
    modified
  4. the property of grammar that allows us to generate constituents that recur again and again is called _____
    recursion
  5. regular ____ can be substitutes for all the words in a noun phrase, even the entire noun phrase. Ex: The acrobats amazed Evelyn vs They amazed Evelyn
    pronouns
  6. need to make list of pronouns
    do it betch
  7. singular pronouns are considered to be ______ or ____ cases
    nominative (or subjective)
  8. plural personal pronouns are ______ case
    objective
  9. Nominative case pronouns are used for a sentences _____ (the noun phrase that precedes the verb)
    subject
  10. The objective form is used for a ___ ____ (the noun phrase that follows a transitive verb) or for an object of ______
    preposition
  11. pronouns are ______ because different forms of personal pronouns are used for singular and plural number and for nominative and objective cases
    inflected
  12. a noun phrase that comes before the verb is generally the _______
    subject
  13. a noun phrase that comes after a verb is generally the _____ _____
    direct object
  14. english is considered a ___ ___ language because it relies largely on word order not inflection to convey base information
    word order language

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