Greife auf kostenlose Karteikarten, Zusammenfassungen, Übungsaufgaben und Altklausuren für deinen Grammar and Vocabulary Glossary Kurs an der Katholische Universität Eichstätt - Ingolstadt zu.
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.
A noun which refers to a physical person or thing that can be seen, felt, heard, etc. For example, child, horse, and house are all concrete nouns.
Any noun which refers to a person, animal, or thing in general: woman, dog, and bed are all common nouns.
A noun which refers to a group of people or things, e.g. team, family, police, committee.
Auxiliary verbs are used to form tenses or passive forms of other verbs. The main ones are be, do, and have.
A noun that refers to something that can’t be counted, and which does not regularly have a plural form, for example rain, darkness, happiness, or humour. Also called uncountable noun. The opposite of countable noun.
The present participle of a verb when it’s used as a noun (e.g. 'smoking' in smoking is strictly forbidden). Also called gerund.
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 that describes what a person or thing does, or what happens, for example run, sing, grow, occur, seem.
The person or thing in a passive sentence that does or causes something (e.g. she was asked to leave).
A noun that identifies a particular person or thing (e.g. John, Italy, London, Monday, Windsor Castle). In written English, proper nouns begin with capital letters.
Also called count noun. A noun that refers to something that can be counted and has both singular and plural forms, such as cat/cats, woman/women, family/families. The opposite of uncountable noun.
Greife kostenlos auf tausende geteilte Karteikarten, Zusammenfassungen, Altklausuren und mehr zu.Jetzt loslegen