A Review. Grammar: The Essentials. Noun. A noun is a person, place or thing Ms. Thiell is a person so she is a noun A basketball is a thing, so it is a noun Charlotte, NC is a place, so it is a noun. Pronoun.
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We know the subject is Alex so we do not need to say
his name again. Instead a pronoun (he, his) is used to
reference Alex. We know that we are talking about the bike,
so we use the pronoun (it) when we reference the bike.
Day is a noun (it’s a thing) and sunny describes the type of day it is, so it is an adjective
Jane is the subject and kicked the soccer ball is the predicate