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“Term” — Grammatical Term

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The Grammatical Term "Term" - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

 

All Of The Words In The Image Above Are Grammatical Terms

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The Grammatical Term:  “Term”

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The Word “Term” is the name for any Word of Phrase which is used to describe a “thing” (concrete), or to express a concept or idea (abstract) — especially in a particular kind of language, branch of study, or field of activity.
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The word “Term” is, itself, a Grammatical Term.  Every single one of what — in traditional English Grammar — are referred to as:  Parts of Speech, or Word Classes are Grammatical Terms.  In other words, these are the “words”, within the field of English Grammar, that describe these “things”.
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The Word “Grammar Is A Term Used To Refer To The Set Of “Rules & Regulations” Of A Language

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Some Common Grammatical Terms

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Below are some examples of some of the most common Grammatical Terms in The Common Tongue Of The English Language — (However, there are a LOT more Grammatical Terms than those listed below.)
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  • Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Articles
  • Conjunctions
  • Nouns
  • Numbers
  • Prepositions
  • Pronouns
  • Verbs

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Well, Basically…  All Of The Grammatical Terms In The Examples Above

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