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PARTS OF SPEECH

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on 20 October 2015

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PARTS OF SPEECH
NOUN =

A word that can function as a phrase used by itself and refers either to the participants in the discourse ( e.g. I, you) or to someone or something mentioned elsewhere in the discourse ( e.g. she, it, this).
TRANSITIVE
( of a verb or sense or use of a verb) able to take a direct object. (expressed or implied) e.g. saw in he saw a donkey.
Also the opposite of intransitive.
INTRANSITIVE
Not taking a direct object. Look in look at the sky. Also the opposite of transitive.
NOUN
A word (other than Pronoun) used to identify any of a class of people,places, or things (Common noun) , or to name a particular one of these (Proper noun)
PARTS OF SPEECH
VERB =
PHRASES
PREPOSITION
ADJECTIVE=

ADVERB=
ARTICLE=
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OMMON NOUN
A noun denoting a class of objects or a concept as opposed to a particular individual. Often contrasted with PROPER NOUN.
PROPER NOUN
(Also proper name)
A name used for an individual person, place, or organization,spelled with an initial
capital letter, e.g. Ella, London, and Australia. Often contrasted with COMMON NOUN.
PRONOUN
VERBS
A word used to describe an action,state, or occurrence, and forming the main part of the predicate
of a sentence, such as hear, become, happen.
Main Verbs
1 The verb in a main clause.
2 The head of a verb phrase, for example,eat IN might have been going to eat it.
Auxiliary verbs

a verb used in forming the tenses, moods, and voices of other verbs.
The primary auxiliary verbs in English are BE, DO and HAVE. The modal auxiliaries are CAN, COULD, MAY, MIGHT, MUST, SHALL, SHOULD, WILL, and WOULD.

REGULAR and irregular
Regular: make ( something ) regular: an electrical implant to regularize the heartbeat.
establish ( a hitherto temporary or provisional arrangement) on a official basis: immigrants applying to regularize their status as residents.
Irregular: Irregular can also be an adjective. not even or balanced in shape or arrangements: his strong, irregular features.
Adverb
A word or phrase that modifies the meaning of an adjective,verb, or other adverbs,expressing manner, place, time, or degree ( e.g. gently, here, now, very). Some adverbs, for example sentence adverbs, can also be used to modify the whole sentence.
ARTICLE
Adjective
a word naming an attribute of a noun, such as sweet,red, or technical.
I remember it as a describing word.
a separate clause or paragraph of a legal document or agreement, typically one outlining a single rule or regulation. It is an offense under Article 7 of the Treaty
CONJUNCTION
CLAUSE=
PHRASES
a small group of words standing together as a conceptual unit,
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