English Grammatical Terms
- Verb Phrase – A phrase that functions as a verb, consisting of a main verb and any auxiliaries. Example: “I am explaining the meaning of a verb” – “…explaining the meaning…” is the verb-phrase witin-in the full sentence.
- Verb Tense –
- Vocabulary – A collection of words with-in any language that can be organized into specific groups or can represent a list of words that a person knows or is learning.
- Voice – The way in which a sentence is expressed – either, “Active” or “Passive” – so that the focus is either on the action “Passive” or the doer or receiver of the action, “Active” – Also an example of grammar where-in the terms do not, immediately, make logical sense, and seem to be backwards.
- Vowel – The letters in the alphabet which are represented by the symbols of: Aa, Ee, Ii, Oo, Uu, and sometimes, Yy
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