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Transcript
noun
nouns name a person, place, thing,
or idea
(singer, store, invention, celebration)
_________________________
verbs mostly show action- if you
can do it itʼs a verb (run, eat, jump)
verb
linking verbs connect a subject to what it is
or was
(is, was, were....)
________________________
adjective
and
articles
adjectives describe nouns: they tell
how much, what kind, which one
(demonstrative: this, that, these, those)
articles - a, an, the
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adverb
adverbs mostly describe verbs.
They can also describe adjectives
and other adverbs. They tell how,
when, where, how much (very...)
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pronoun
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conjunction
pronouns replace nouns
(he, she, we, I, you, him, her, they.....)
conjunctions connect words, phrases,
or sentences. (and, but, or, nor,
because.....)
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preposition
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interjection
prepositions tell where a noun is in
relation to another noun
(below, with, to, above ......)
interjections show strong feelings
(ouch!, yea!, great!)