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Nouns, Adjectives, Verbs, Adverbs

NOUNS A noun is the name of anything.
Proper Noun Names of people or places. Usually starts with a capital letter.
Common Noun: Can be Concrete, Abstract or Collective: A concrete noun is something that is physical. An abstract noun is something that expresses ideas. A collective noun name a complete group of set of things.
ADJECTIVES: Pre-modifying & Post-modifying Describe a noun, either before or after. :)
Descriptive Adjective It describes things
Evaluative Adjective Adjectives with an opinion or feeling
Comparative Adjective Adjectives used to compare things such as 'bigger' (er)
Superlative Adjective The best of something. For example 'most wonderful'.
VERBS A verb is a doing word.
Dynamic Verb A dynamic verb is one that relates to action.
Stative Verb A stative verb tells you about the state of something. Such as 'is', 'am', 'believe', 'know'.
Auxiliary/Primary These word often come before verbs such as 'to be', 'to have', and 'to do'.
Modal Verbs They imply what could happen- Can, could, shall, should, will, would, may, might, must. :)
Imperatives The imperative form of the word gives instructions or commands.
ADVERBS A word that modifies a verb.
Adverb of Manner Can tell us they way how something is done.
Adverb of Time Describe when an action happened.
Adverbs of Place Describe where an action takes place
Adverb of Intensity Some adverbs don't modify verbs, they modify adjectives. For example 'he walked very slowly because he was very tired'. It intensifies the adjective.
Created by: Hadia_S