英语词性

十大类英语词性以及其细分用法分类讲解思维导图。

英语词性代词 - pron. (pronoun)可数名词 - num. (numeral)动词 - v. (verb)冠词 - art. (article)介词 - prep. (preposition)连词 - conj. (conuunction)叹词 - int. (interjection)形容词 - adj. (adjective)副词 - adv. (adverb)名词 - n. (nouns)Proper / Common nounsCountable / Uncountable nounsPersonal pronounPosessive pronounDemonstrative pronounReflexive pronounReciprocal pronounInterrogative pronounRelative pronounConjuctive pronounIndefinite pronounOrdinal numbersCardial numbersMultiplicative adverbsDatesFractions and demicalsFull verbLinking verbModalAuxiliaryParticipleAdjectiveComparative adjectiveSuperlative adjectiveUseTypesUseTypesSimple prepositionsCompound prepositionsDouble prepositionsParticiple prepositionsPhrase prepositionsCoordinating conjunctionsSubordinating conjunctionsUseExamplesCollective nounsCompound nouns
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  • 英语词性 —— 作品大纲

    • 叹词 - int. (interjection)
      • Examples
        • My God, ouch, well, hey, er etc.
      • Use
        • It often stands alone, unconnected to a sentence.
        • A short word or phrase that shows emotion.
    • 可数名词 - num. (numeral)
      • Fractions and demicals
        • Examples
          • 1/6 is read as "one sisth"
      • Dates
      • Multiplicative adverbs
        • Examples
          • Once, twice, thrice
        • Use
          • Express how many times some event happens
      • Cardial numbers
        • Examples
          • Zero, one, two, three
        • Use
          • Refer to the size of a group.
      • Ordinal numbers
    • 名词 - n. (nouns)
      • Compound nouns
        • Examples
          • football
          • mother-in-law
          • bus stop
        • Use
          • Acts as a single unit and can be modified by adjectives and other nouns.
      • Collective nouns
        • Examples
          • boss
          • family
        • Rule
          • Can be treated as singular or plural.
        • Use
          • It denots a group of individuals.
      • Countable / Uncountable nouns
        • Uncountable nouns
          • Examples
            • what
            • electricy
            • money
          • Use
            • Uncountable nouns are always singular.
            • Yot cannot count uncountable nouns.
        • Countable nouns
          • Examples
            • 10 years
            • A dog
            • Six dollars
          • Use
            • Count nouns have singular and plural forms.
            • You can count countable nouns
        • Uncountable nouns
          • Examples
            • money
            • music
            • love
          • Use
            • uncountable nouns are substances, concepts etc that we cannot divide into separate elements. We cannot "count" them. 
        • Countable nouns
          • Examples
            • animal-animals
            • woman-women
            • man-men
          • Use
            • Have both sigular and plural forms
            • Nouns that can be counted
      • Proper / Common nouns
        • Common nouns
          • Examples
            • Sub Topic
            • Book
            • Dog
          • Use
            • Refer to people, places in general
        • Proper nouns
          • Examples
            • November
            • Italy
            • Mary
          • Use
            • Refer to names of specific people, places or organizayions.
        • Common nouns
          • Examples
            • computer
            • apple
            • pen
          • Use
            • Common nouns can be countable or uncountable, singular or plural
            • Common nouns are words for people, places or things that are not specific ( opposed to peoper nouns)
        • Proper nouns
          • Examples
            • St.Paul's Cathedral
            • America
            • Cindy
          • Use
            • Proper nouns are the names of specific people or places. They should always begin with a capital letter.
    • 动词 - v. (verb)
      • Auxiliary
        • Examples
          • I am eating
        • Use
          • A verb used with main verbs to show tense, etc. and to form questions and negatives.
      • Participle
        • Past
          • Forms like wanted, broken, started, begun etc.
        • Present
          • Often refered to as the "-ing" form of a verb, such as singing, swimming
      • Modal
      • Linking verb
        • Examples
          • I feel unwell.
          • Mary is a nurse.
        • Use
          • Link the subject to a noun or adjective.
          • Link two parts of a sentence.
          • Have NO object.
      • Full verb
        • Intransitive verb
          • Take NO subject.
            • The bomb exploded in the city center.
        • Transitive verb
          • Take an object.
            • Examples
              • Jenna brings Mrs. Smith lunch every day.
    • 连词 - conj. (conuunction)
      • Subordinating conjunctions
        • Examples
          • After, although, because, if, until etc.
            • Sam went swimming although it was raining.
        • Use
          • Used to join a subordinate (dependent) clause to a main (independent) clause.
      • Coordinating conjunctions
        • Examples
          • And, but, or, nor, for, yet, so
            • I like tea and coffee.
        • Use
          • Used to join two parts that are grammatically equal or similar.
    • 介词 - prep. (preposition)
      • Phrase prepositions
        • Examples
          • Because of, with regard to, on behalf, for the sake of etc.
      • Participle prepositions
        • Examples
          • Concerning, notwithstanding, considering etc.
      • Double prepositions
        • Examples
          • Out of, outside of, from beneath etc.
      • Compound prepositions
        • Examples
          • Without, within, inside, outside, into, behind
      • Simple prepositions
        • Examples
          • In, on, at, aboue, over, under,of etc.
    • 冠词 - art. (article)
      • Types
        • Indefinite article
          • an
            • Example
              • Please hold me an autobiobiography.
            • Use
              • It precedes a word that begins with a vowel.
          • a
            • Example
              • Please hand me a book.
            • Use
              • It precedes a word that begins with consonant.
        • Definite article
          • the
            • Example
              • Are you going to the party this weekend?
            • Use
              • To limit the meaning of a noun to one particular thing.
      • Use
        • Uded to define a noun as specific or unspecific.
    • 副词 - adv. (adverb)
      • Types
        • Degree
          • Example
            • She entirely agrees with him.
        • Time
          • Example
            • He came yesterday.
        • Place
          • Example
            • Please sit here.
        • Manner
          • Example
            • He speaks slowly.
      • Use
        • Used to modify a phrase, clause or sentence.
        • Used to modify a verb, an adjective or another adverb;
    • 形容词 - adj. (adjective)
      • Superlative adjective
        • Examples
          • Justin Bieber in the most popular singer in Canada.
          • Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world.
        • Use
          • Used to describe the extreme quality of one thing in a group of things.
      • Comparative adjective
        • Examples
          • I want to have a more powerful computer.
          • Chris is taller than John.
        • Use
          • Used to describle the difference between two things
      • Adjective
        • Examples
          • A dark sky
          • An interesting story
          • A green car
        • Use
          • Used to describle a person or thing.
    • 代词 - pron. (pronoun)
      • Indefinite pronoun
        • All, another, any, anybody/anyone,anything,each, everybody/everyone, everything, few, many, nobody, none, one, several, some, somemody, someone,etc.
          • Examples
            • They lost everything in the earthquake.
            • Can anyone answer this question?
        • Use
          • It is vague and " not definite".
          • An indifinite pronun does not refer to any specific person, thing, or amount.
      • Conjuctive pronoun
      • Relative pronoun
        • Who, Whom, Whose, Which, That
          • Examples
            • The person whose phone just rang should stand up.
            • The person that phoned me last night is my teacher.
        • Use
          • Related to the word that its relative clause modifies.
          • Used to introduce a relatice clause.
      • Interrogative pronoun
        • Who, Whom, What, Which, Whose
          • Examples
            • What do you want?
            • Who told you?
            • Whom did you tell?
        • Use
          • Represents the thing that we don`t know.
          • Used to ask queations.
      • Reciprocal pronoun
        • Each other, One another
          • Examples
            • The gangsters were fighting one another.
            • John and mary love each other
        • Use
          • Used when each of two or more subjects is acting the same way towards the other.
      • Reflexive pronoun
        • Plural
          • Themselves
          • Yourselves
          • Ourselves
        • Singular
          • Himself / Herself / Itself
          • Yourself
          • Myself
        • Use
          • End in "-self" (singular) or "selves" (plural).
          • Used to refer back to the sentence or clause
      • Demonstrative pronoun
        • Plural
          • Those
            • far in distance or time
          • These
        • Singular
          • That
          • This
            • near in diatance or time
        • Use
          • To show, indicate or point to a thing or things.
      • Posessive pronoun
        • Nominal possessive pronoun
          • Theirs
          • Yours
          • Ours
          • His / Hers / Its
          • Yours
          • Mine
        • Adjectival possessive pronoun
          • Their
          • Your
          • Our
          • His / Her / Its
          • Your
          • My
        • Use
          • Show ownership replace noun phrases
      • Personal pronoun
        • Object
          • Them
          • You
          • Us
          • Him / Her / It
          • You
          • Me
        • Subject
          • They
          • You
          • We
          • He / She / It
          • You
          • I
        • Use
          • Represent people, places or things