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Verb Describing action word. (doing something) Ex: Walking, jogging, talk, think,believe.
Noun Naming word. Names a person, place, thing, idea, living creature or quality. Ex: cowboys, tree, thought, kindness
Adjective Describes a noun. Tells us something about the noun. Ex: big, yellow, thin, amazing, quick.
Adverb Usually describes a verb (action word). How something is done and also where or when something happend. Ex: slowly, well, yesterday, tomorrow, here.
Pronoun Used instead of a noun. Ex: i, you, he, she, it, we, they.
Preposition Used to describe the position of something. Ex: on top,behind, beside,under.
Interjection Express Emotion or surprise. Usually followed by exclamition marks! Ex: Ouch!, Hello!, Hurray!
Conjunction Joins two words, phrases or sentences together. Ex: But, so,and, because, or.
Article Something that introduces a noun Ex: A, an , the
Proper noun A proper noun is a noun that is the name of a specific individual, place, or object. Ex: Lisa, James, Victoria, Atlantic.
Created by: IvyHanson