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Morphology and Syntax

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  1. 3. type of verbal that uses -ing form to take the place of a noun or pronoun
  2. 8. this type of conjunction joins words phrases or clauses of equal weight
  3. 10. type of clause that carries sufficient information and can stand alone
  4. 14. he she her him are examples of words that replace nouns and are called
  5. 19. unit of meaning that cannot function independently
  6. 20. words that provide more information about nouns and pronouns and are categorized as descriptive or limiting
  7. 22. a sentence that makes a statement
  8. 23. both form and function impact ...
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  1. 1. name for a pronoun that does not have gender
  2. 2. added to inflect the main verb to show changes in verb tense, mood, or voice
  3. 4. type of mood that expresses wishes and demands
  4. 5. nouns that represent countable objects
  5. 6. the smallest unit of a language that has meaning
  6. 7. this type of conjunction consists of words that go in pairs
  7. 8. an assembly of phrases, having its own subject and predicate
  8. 9. part of the predicate and a constituent of the verb
  9. 11. type of clause that does not carry sufficient information and can not stand alone
  10. 12. smallest unit of meaning that can stand alone
  11. 13. 'be' verbs such as: is, am, are
  12. 15. this type of conjunction is used to clauses of unequal weight
  13. 16. 'myself' 'yourself' are examples of this type of pronoun
  14. 17. perfect, "We have eaten" is in what tense
  15. 18. modifying words to show tense and plurality
  16. 20. words that modify verbs, adjectives, and other words of its kind
  17. 21. action words that allow us to communicate commands and requests