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English Grammar

TermDefinition
noun a word to name a person, animal, place or thing examples William, mouse, supermarket, ladder, desk, station, ball, boy ball
adjective a word used to describe a noun examples shiny, dangerous, new, bouncy, noisy, colourful, wooden colourful ball
Verb a word that expresses an action or a state of being example run, be, kick, go, think, do, play, stumble, touch kick the ball
Adverb a word that describes and adds information to a verb or a verb phrase example quickly, soon, very, rather, too, almost, only quickly kick the ball
Pronoun a word that takes the place of a noun example he, she, them, him, we, you, us, mine, yours, theirs kick the ball to him
preposition a word that indicates the relationship between two people or things, usually in terms of where they are. examples with, under, on behind, into, over, across kick the ball behind you
Conjunction a word used to link words and clause examples and, but, so, yet, neither, nor, because bat and ball
interjection a word that usually occurs alone and expresses emotion example oh, hello, ah, ouch, phew, yuck, hurrah, help, er, um, oops
article a word used with a noun to refer to a specific person or thing,, or someone or something in general. example a, an, the the ball
determiner , a word used in front of a noun to denote something specific or something of a particular type. Articles are also derterminers. examples those, many, my, his, few, several, much my ball
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