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What are the eight parts of speech? noun verb adjective adverb pronoun preposition conjunction interjection
define: noun names a person, place, thing, or idea
define: verb shows action, links a word to a subject, helps another verb, or indicates existence
define: adjective modifies a noun or pronoun
define: adverb modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb
define: pronoun takes place of a noun
define: preposition shows how a noun or pronoun is related to a other word in the sentence
define: conjunction word that joins words or groups of words
define: interjection exclamatory word that is not related to other words in a sentence
What punctuation mark comes before Jr. or Dr. if a name comes before these, there is a comma example: James Coan, Dr.
Which parts of an oral book report do you have to memorize? introduction and conclusion
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