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Term  
Definition

Logos

Logic, reason

Modals

verbs that can't stand alone can, could, may, might, must, shall, should, will, would

Adverb

words that modify verbs quickly, slowly, strongly, weakly, badly, sometimes, never

Pronoun

takes the place of a noun must agree in number and case with their antecedent

Personal pronoun

refer to specific people or things I, me, we, us ,you, she , he, they, them, her, him, it

Possessive pronoun

show ownership my, mine, ours, yours, his, her, its, their

Intensive and reflexive pronouns

emphasize a noun by repeating it myself, himself, herself, themselves

Relative pronoun

introduce subordinate clauses functioning as adjectives point back to a noun who, whom, whose, which

Interrogative pronoun

begin questions who, whom, which, what, whose

Demonstrative pronoun

point to nouns this, that, these, those

Indefinite pronoun

refer to non specific people or things everyone, anyone, each

Pathos

Emotion

Prepositions

used to link nouns to the rest on the sentence on, beneath, against, beside, over, during, to, for, of, thoughout

Conjunction

joining words 4 kinds

Coordinating conjunctions

FANBOYS for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so

Correlative conjunctions

always in pairs neither/nor, either/or, both/and

Subordinating conjunctions

after, because, unless, while, until

Conjunctive adverbs

however, thus, nevertheless, moreover

interjections

express emotion Hey! Ouch! Whoops!

Simile

a comparison using like or as