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Noun

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Annie Delehant

on 6 January 2014

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Transcript of Noun

Noun
Definition: A noun is a person, place, idea, or thing.

Definition: A word that modifies a verb, adjective, or other adverbs.
Definition: Puts together words, phrases, and clauses.
Verb
Definition: Expresses an action, being, and state of being.
Adverbs
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Conjunctions
Interjections
Definition: To express excitement or emotion.
Pronouns
Definition: Takes the place of a noun.
Adjectives

Definition: An adjective is a word or words you use to describe nouns.
Preposition
Definition: To connect the noun or pronoun word into the sentence.
Eight Parts of Speech
By: Annie & Emma

Examples:
Common:sisters, wife, son, marrige, brothers
Examples:
Action:Run, Jump, Leap, Eat, Flying
State of Being:Is, Am, Were, Being, Was
Helping:Did, Does, Had, Has, Will
Common Noun
Emma
and
Annie
went to the
party
in there brand new
pajamas
.
They quickly rushed to the party, because they were late.
Definition: A common noun is the word used for a class of person, place or thing.
They
always
went to parties, they loved hanging out with their friends.
Emma and Annie finally got to the party,
but
when they got there no one was in sight.
Oh, no!
Where could everyone have gone?
Proper Noun
Abstract Noun
Concrete Noun
They
were scared, and didn't know what to do.
Compound noun
They decided to walk
into
the house.
Common Adjectives
Proper Adjectives
Demonstrative adjectives
The girls walked in slowly and carefully, then they got surprised by all they're friends!
Definition: A proper noun always starts with a capital letter and is the name of a person, place, or thing
Definition: An abstract noun is a word which names something that you cannot see, hear, touch, smell, or taste.
Definition: A concrete noun represents something that can be seen, touched, tasted, heard or smelt.
Definition: A compound noun is one comprising at least two words.
Definition: Demonstrative adjectives are used to demonstrate or indicate specific things.
Adverbs ending in "Ly"
Modifies an adverb
Adverb modifying an adjective
Coordinating conjunctions
Subordinate conjunctions
Definition: An adjective that is formed from a proper noun and that is usually capitalized.
Interjections with a comma
Interjections with an exclamation point
Examples: Salt Lake City, Jeff, Eiffel tower, Annie, Walmart.
Examples:Love, Peace, Pride, Anger, Awe, Friendship.
Examples: Flowers, Panthers, Cinnamon, Sunset, Rain, Cookies.
Examples:Bus stop, Fire-fly, Breakfast, Software, Full moon, Football
Examples
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