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اقدم لكم موسوعة دروس اللغة الانجليزية مختصرة بشكل رائع ،،،،،

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اقدم لكم موسوعة دروس اللغة الانجليزية مختصرة بشكل رائع ،،،،،




Active Voice:


The verb form that
indicates that the subject of the sentence is doing the action expressed by the
verb.



Linda
cooked the meal.






Adjective :


A word that describes or
modifies the meaning of a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase.



Little
boys. / Hot water. / A big car…






Adverb :


A
word that qualifies or describes the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or
another adverb. it can tell how, where, when, how often, or to what degree.



Softly,
now, here, frequently, rapidly, slowly,….







Articles :


limiting
adjectives;
The is
definite;
a and an are indefinite.



The teacher
(specific and definite)



A
teacher (anyone).






Auxiliary Verb:


A
verb that accompanies the main verb of a clause or a sentence and helps express
its tense, mood, or voice.



I am hungry


Sara
could not help you.






Collective nouns:


The
name of a collection, group, or set of persons, places, things, etc.



Team,
jury, audience, United States…



Colon :


A
mark ( that indicates that something, often a list, is to follow.



The
new Fords are available in the following colors
:



red, green, blue, etc.





Comma:


A
mark(,) that indicates a short pause and a separation of ideas or elements in a
phrase, clause, or sentence.



Yes,
Jane, you’ll need food, clothing, and money.






Comparative:


Describing
the degree of comparison of adjectives or adverbs that relates two items.



She
spoke
louder and moredistinctly than her



brother did.









Complement:


A
word or a phrase that completes the meaning of the verb in a clause or
sentence. The construction of the predicate can be completed by the complement.



She
is a manager.



This
winter will be long and cold.



He
asked if he could miss practice today



Complex sentence:


A
sentence with one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses.



When the snow melts, we
will plant crops.



We’ll
plant crops when the snow melts.






Compound:


Referring
to two equal elements that have been joined in a sentence.



Compound
subject: Harry
and Al own a restaurant.



Compound
verb:
they live and work here.



Compound
adjective: gig red
two-door car



Compound
sentence: she is an
optometrist and he is




an optician.



Conjugation:


A
systematically arranged listing of all the forms of a verb corresponding to
tense, voice, mood, number, person, and gender.






Conjunction:


A
word that connects or joins two or more words or ideas, showing the
relationship between them.



Hassan
and Zouhair are old,
but they are lively and young
in heart.



Conjunctive
adverb:



A
word that modifies the clause that it introduces and that joins two independent
clauses. It functions as both adverb and a conjunction.



Nadia
didn’t finish her botany course; instead, she took a job and moved to Los
Angeles.



Consonant:


Any of the 26 letters of the alphabet except a, e, I, o,
and u. they function as subordinates to the vowels.






Coordinate
conjunction:



A
conjunction that connects two equal and identically constructed parts.



And,
but, for, or, nor, yet.



Correlative
conjunction:



A
conjunction that connects items of equal rank and similar form that are used in
pairs. It shows their reciprocal or complementary relationship.



Neither
Hassan nor Zouhair
is here.


Not only
Hassan but also Zouhair
is here.





Countable nouns:


Nouns
that can be totaled, numbered, or counted. These nouns accept a plural form.



A
book ten books



Dependent clause:


A
clause that can not stand alone as a sentence; it depends on the independent
clause, it expresses an incomplete thought. Dependent clauses are introduced by
words such as
that,
who, since, although, because, etc.






Direct object:


The
word or phrase that directly receives the action of the verb and that answers
the question
what? Who?


The
dog bit the man. (Bit what?)



Fragment:


A
word or a group of words that is not a complete sentence. A sentence fragment
is usually a word, phrase, or clause that’s incorrectly used or placed, thus
causing confusion. In the sentence below,
crying is a fragment since the reader does not know whether it describes SHE or
FLUFFY.



Crying,
she held her kitten, fluffy






Gender:


The
classification of words according to the divisions of sex: masculine, feminine,
and neutral.






Hyphen:


A
mark (-) that connects two parts of a word.



De-escalate
ninety-two






Imperative:


The
mood of a verb that expresses a command or request. The subject of an
imperative mood sentence is often
you, understood but not written.


Stop where you are.
Wake up.









Independent
clause:



A
clause that can stand alone, independently, as a sentence; it expresses a
complete thought



Indicative:


The
mood of a verb that indicates that the action or condition expressed by the
verb is fact.



I’m here.
John drives fast









Indirect object:


The
word or phrase that indirectly receives the action of the verb and that answers
the question
to whom.


I paid her the money. (paid to whom




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