Parts of Speech

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  • Created by: GBushell
  • Created on: 07-04-14 18:52
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  • Parts of Speech
    • NOUN
      • Person
      • Place
      • Thing
      • often with 'a', 'an' or 'the' infront
      • An abstract noun is one which describes something you can't see or hold: it is a concept or feeling
    • ADJECTIVE
      • Describes a noun
      • often comes in front of a noun but does not have to
      • E.g. the book was old
    • VERB
      • doing, being, having
      • usually gives the action
      • ADVERB
        • describes the verb
        • often ends in '-ly'
        • ADJECTIVE
          • Describes a noun
          • often comes in front of a noun but does not have to
          • E.g. the book was old
    • ADVERB
      • describes the verb
      • often ends in '-ly'
    • PRONOUN
      • stands instead of a noun
      • subject pronoun
        • I, you, he/she/it, we, you, they
      • object pronoun
        • me,you,him/her/it, us, you, them
    • CONJUNCTION
      • a joining word
      • and, although, but, if, since, because
      • E.g. but can often change the mood
    • PREPOSITION
      • tells us the relationship between thins

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