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Parts of Speech (AKA part of vocab this week). Noun. Person, place, thing, or idea Ex. Banana, ice cream, London. Pronoun. A word used in place of a noun Ex. I, you, she, him, who, everyone, these, themselves, which. Verb. A word that expresses action or the state of being

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Noun
  • Person, place, thing, or idea
  • Ex. Banana, ice cream, London
pronoun
Pronoun
  • A word used in place of a noun
  • Ex. I, you, she, him, who, everyone, these, themselves, which
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Verb
  • A word that expresses action or the state of being
  • Ex. Ran, was, is, create, eat, were,
adjective
Adjective
  • A word that describes a noun or a pronoun
  • Ex. Pretty, delicate, big, rough, tall, smart,
adverb
Adverb
  • A word that describes a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
  • Ex. Briefly, spontaneously, quickly, quietly, softly, forward, better,
preposition
Preposition
  • A word that shows relationship to another word
  • “Anything the cat can do to the house”
  • Ex – under, over, around, beyond, away from
conjunction
Conjunction
  • A word that connects other words or groups of words
  • Ex – and, or, but, because, yet, therefore, either/or, so
interjection
Interjection
  • A word that shows strong emotion
  • Often used with !
  • Ex – Oh no, yikes, oh man, ouch!
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