Grammatical Concept Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: conjunction : words that help link clauses and ideas, adverb : a word that tells us how something is done, usually ending ly, possessive pronoun : a word that replaces the name of a person or thing and shows belonging, verb : an action that is performed, subordinate clause : adds extra information to a sentence, doesn't make sense on its own, colon : a piece of punctuation used to introduce items in a list, adjective : a word that describes a noun, determiner : the, a, an, relative clause : a clause that begins with a relative pronoun, relative pronoun : who, whose, which, that, when, where, apostrophe : used for contraction and for possession, noun : a person, place, thing, semi colon : a piece of punctuation used to join two clauses together, brackets : used to help add extra information into a sentence, statement : a sentence that simply tells you something, noun phrase : an adjective before a noun, question : asking something, main clause : makes sense on its own, preposition : words that tell us when or where something is or takes place, capital letters : needed to start sentences, for names, cities, days of the week, compound adjective : two words joined by a hyphen.