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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 NOUNS ADVERBS Parts of Speech ADJECTIVES PRONOUNS CONJUNCTION INTERJECTIONS Adjectives are words that describeor clarify nouns.She is a PLAYFUL cat.Andy is a very IDIOTIC person.It is a WOODEN boat. Conjuctions help join words together. The most common conjunctions are "And", "But" and "Or".Do you prefer tea OR coffee?Don't go UNTIL I tell you to.Frank AND Dave went to the park. CONJUNCTIONS VERBS PREPOSITIONS Interjections are used to express strong feelings or sudden emotions. A lot of interjections are just sounds such as"Ouch", "Phew" or my personal favourite "Mmmm!".WOW! I just won the lottery.STOP! In the name of love. These are usually words thatshow mental or phystical actionsor a state of being. The man CAUGHT the ball. John is WASHING the car. I AM very happy. Nouns are 'naming words' that usually name a person, place or thing.People (Common Noun)Spain (Proper Noun)A FLOCK of birds (Collective Noun)Redemption (Abstract Noun) These are words that can be used instead of a noun. They are usually short words that help stop repetitivity in sentences. HE is a good guy. (Personal Pronoun) SHE believes in HERSELF (Reflexive) WHO owns this bag? (Relative Pronoun) Prepositions usually precede nouns or pronouns to show their relationshipto another word.The coat was hanging BESIDE the door.The class met AT midday.She looked AT him IN the eyes. Adverbs are usually used to modify the meaning of verbs, adjectives and clauses.She is an EXTREMELY kind person.Everyone leave NOW.Mike lives over THERE.
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