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8 parts of speech

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on 4 January 2013

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By: Prema.V.N The 8 Parts of Speech Memorizing the 8 parts of speech is kinda difficult. Let me make it simple for you!!
Here's a little trick CAPP IVAN IVAN CAPP It'll help you Interjection:
a short sound, word or phrase
spoken suddenly to express an
emotion.
For example:
Ohh! Look out! Verbs: a word or group of words that expresses
an action
For example: That girl is eating an apple Adjective: A word that describes a person
or an object. That T-Shirt is blue. Nouns: It's a word that refers to a person, a place, an object or an activity. Such as: Ann is a pretty girl. Conjunctions: It's a word that joins
words,phrases or sentences for ex: I wanted to go to the mall but my mom told me to do my homework Adverbs: it's a word that describes a verb you're running too quickly Prepositions: A word or a group of words used before a noun or a pronoun to show a place, time or a position. such as: You're out of your mind. Pronouns: A word that is used instead of a noun or a noun phrase. For example: Alex is so nice, she gave me her pencil. HOPE YOU ENJOY MY PRESENTATION
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