Language Terminology

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Noun
Noun is a naming word that describes in person, place or thing. Eg: London, Pencil.
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Adjective
Adjective that describes a noun such as quiet and loud.
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Verb
Verb is a doing word such as talking, walking, eating and swimming.
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Adverb
Adverb that describes a verb. Such as quietly talking, loudly talking.
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Concrete Noun
Concrete noun is a noun you can touch, buy or own. For example; Chocolate, a football.
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Abstract Noun
Abstract noun is a noun you can't physically touch. Such as a thought, emotion, fear, happiness, sadness, angry and upset.
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Dynamic Verb
Dynamic vern that describes big movement such as sprinting, jumping and exploding.
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Static Verb
Static Verb is an action that are small and still, this includes: Breathing, sitting, standing and talking.
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Simile
A simile is comparing something to something elese using 'like' or 'as'. Example: I am cold as ice!
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Metaphor
A metaphor is when we say one thing is another thing. Example: My hands were ice!
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Adjective

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Adjective that describes a noun such as quiet and loud.

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Verb

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Adverb

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Concrete Noun

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