1. Physical Verbs & Example
These verbs are typically related to the body, meaning that they are related more so to senses rather than the mind.
Let's RUN to corner and back.
CALL me when you're finished with class.
2. Mental Verbs & Examples
Mental verbs have meanings that are related to concepts such as discovering, understanding, thinking, or planning. in general, a mental verb refers to a congnitive state.
I KNOW the answer.
She RECOGNIZED me from across the room.
Do you believe everything people tell you?
3. States of Being Verbs & Examples
Also known as linking verbs or helping verbs, state of being verbs describe conditions or situations that exist. State of being verbs are inactive since no action is being performed. These verbs are usually complemented by adjectives.
I AM a student.
We ARE circus performers.
That IS great.
We are beginning the 3rd quarter focusing on grammar. We will introduce other topics as the quarter progresses.
Grammar is the study of the way words are used to make sentences. Our class will focus on the eight parts of speech.
Noun: A noun is a person,place, thing, or idea. We will be learning and dissecting ten different types of nouns.
the 10 noun types we will be interacting with include the following list:
1. Common noun
2. proper nouns
2. Read the passage then answer the question.
While the political feats of her husband, presidents chiang kai-shek, may be more widely recognized Soong Mei-ling's accomplishments are just as notable. As first lady, Soong Mei-lin introduced her husband to Western culture and ideas. Likewise, she served as her husband's emissary, or spokesperson,to the west. During a visit to the United States i 1943, Soong Mei-ling became the second woman to address a joint session of the U.S Congress. The trip earned her the esteem of the American
1. Read the passage then answer the question.
Construction on Florence's grand cathedral began in 1296. Over a hundred years later, however, the structure remained unfinished, with an enormous hole in the roof. The designers had intended to top the cathedral with the world's largest dome, but this plan was stymied by architectural limitations. The main factor stalling progress was the fact that no one knew how to create such a massive cupola without large, cumbersome support system.
What is the meaning of cupola as used in the passage?