Aspects Quiz 4

  1. _______ is a more current term for those forms traditionally referred to as pronouns.
  2. The process that involves the optional substitution of pronominal forms to replace noun phrases is known as what?
  3. Words/pronouns used to refer back to information previously mentioned or shared in the context is known as what?
    Anaphoric reference
  4. Pronoun used based on number, person, gender, and case.
    Personal pronouns
  5. First person I,we; second person you; and third person he, she, it, they, are known as what type of pronouns.
  6. First person me, us; second person you; third person him, her, it, them, are known as what type of pronouns.
  7. First person mine, ours; second person yours; and third person his, hers, its, theirs, are known as what type of pronouns.
  8. Pronominals which “reflect” back to the preceding subject of the sentence such as; myself, yourself, himself are known as what type of pronouns.
    Reflexive pronouns
  9. Pronouns such as anyone, anything, somebody, and someone are known as ______ _______.
    Indefinite pronouns
  10. This, that, these, and those are known as ______ _______.
    Demonstrative pronouns
  11. A word that expresses action or makes a statement regarding a process or the state of some entity is a ____.
  12. In traditional grammar the NP in the S--- >NP + VP was referred to as the Subject and the VP was called the _____.
  13. Classify the verbs in the following sentences as action, process, or state verbs.
    1. The boy pulled the wagon.
    2. The girl was friendly.
    3. The dog became angry.
    • 1. Action
    • 2. State
    • 3. Process
  14. The uninflected form of a verb is also its _____ form.
  15. The verb form which implies a general characteristic activity or a regularly recurring activity is the ____ ____ ____ _____ ______.
    Third person singular present
  16. Past verbs take two forms, what are they?
    Regular and Irregular
  17. The different phonetic forms used to indicate third person singular present (/-s/, /-z/, /-ez/) and the regular past tense (/-t/, /-d/, /-ed/) are referred to as _______.
  18. Verb forms which must occur alone are called _____.
  19. Verb forms which require an auxiliary are called ____.
    Non finite
  20. Finite forms of verbs include the simple ____ simple _____, and the _____ ______ _____ _____.
    Base, past, 3rd person singular present.
  21. Nonfinite forms would include the _____ participle and the _______ participle forms.
    Perfect, Progressive
  22. Since auxiliaries are by definition “helping” verbs, they must occur with a ______ verb.
  23. Auxiliary forms which can convey various “moods” such as permission, necessity, obligation, etc. are referred to as _______.
  24. Be-auxiliaries used with progressive and perfect verb forms vary according to person, number, and ____.
  25. When the Have-auxiliary is present the _______ verb form is required.
  26. The boy was running.
    Past progressive
  27. The duck is quacking
    Present progressive
  28. The man has washed.
    Present perfect
  29. I have eaten now.
    Present perfect
  30. They are playing
    Present progressive
  31. She had fallen.
    Past perfect
  32. She should be playing now.
    Modal auxiliary
  33. He is kicking the ball.
  34. They may have been singing.
    Multiple auxiliary
  35. They will watch a movie.
    Modal auxiliary
  36. She had taken her pills.
  37. The dog was barking.
  38. It could fall on you.
    Modal Auxiliary
  39. Bill is fixing the car.
  40. He has entered the race.
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Aspects Quiz 4
Aspect quiz 4