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J. Parke 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt Agree or Disagree? Identify the Part of Speech Miss Long’s Misc. Vocabulary Identify the Word
Every piece of glass and jewelry suffered its share of damages in the burglary.
What is AGREE? Every piece of glass and jewelry suffered its share of damages in the burglary.
Feeling they wanted to do something, the teachers and the students sent aid to the people of Haiti.
What is AGREE? Feeling they wanted to do something, the teachers and the students sent aid to the people of Haiti.
Until they learn some respect, the teenager will be given detention.
What is DISAGREE? Until they learn some respect, the teenager will be given detention.
Which is the best option: sleeping a few extra hours or getting some early morning exercise?
What is DISAGREE? Which is the best option: sleeping a few extra hours or getting some early morning exercise? (Because there are two options, you must use “better”)
Neither her siblings nor Sheila wants to upset her parents with the bad news.
What is AGREE? Neither her siblings nor Sheila wants to upset her parents.
The stapler was on the desk.
What is a NOUN?
I want to go to the zoo.
What is an ADJECTIVE?
The girls were talking about American Idol last night.
What is a PREPOSITION?
He still wants to know more about the test.
What is an ADVERB?
The roller coaster ride, which lasted for five solid minutes, made the child feel sick.
What is a PRONOUN?
Adjective or adverb? The tall skinny mug had a chipped handle.
What is an ADJECTIVE? The tall skinny mug had a chipped handle.
Adverb or preposition? Dorothy was obsessed with exploring the world over the rainbow.
What is a PREPOSITION? Dorothy was obsessed with exploring the world over the rainbow.
Noun or adjective? The spotted dog enjoyed frolicking in the summer sun.
What is an ADJECTIVE? The spotted dog enjoyed frolicking in the summer sun.
Conjunction or Preposition? Well, I was not a fan of sports in my youth, for I didn’t think that they were terribly interesting.
What is a CONJUNCTION? Well, I was not a fan of sports in my youth, for I didn’t think that they were terribly interesting.
Verb or Adjective? The options at a fast food joint pale in comparison to that of a five star restaurant.
What is a VERB? The options at a fast food joint pale in comparison to that of a five star restaurant.
A person, place, thing or idea
What is a NOUN?
Shows action, a condition, or the fact that something exists
What is a VERB?
A word that expresses feeling or emotion and functions independently of a sentence
What is an INTERJECTION?
Modifies a noun
What is an ADJECTIVE?
A word used to connect other words or groups of words
What is a CONJUNCTION?
It is the adverb in this sentence: The child was quite noisy after eating lunch.
What is “quite”? (The child was quite noisy after eating lunch.)
It is the interjection in this sentence: Oh well, at least you tried.
What is “Oh well”? (Oh well, at least you tried.)
It is the pronoun in this sentence: The athlete was upset with herself for losing the game.
What is “herself”? (The athlete was upset with herself for losing the game.)
It is the preposition in this sentence: Wow, the top of the school bus has been painted pink.
What is “of”? (Wow, the top of the school bus has been painted pink.)
It is the adjective in this sentence: My mom got us seats in the third row of the theatre.
What is “third”? (My mom got us seats in the third row of the theatre.)
In order to gain FULL points, correctly identify the part of speech of each of the words below: Aww! The tiny yellow bird made itself a very little nest under our porch.
1. Aww!: interjection 2. The: adjective 3. tiny: adjective 4. yellow : adjective 5. bird : noun 6. made : verb 7. itself : pronoun 8. a : adjective 9. very : adverb 10. little : adjective 11. nest : noun 12. under : preposition 13. our : pronoun 14. porch. : noun Aww! The tiny yellow bird made itself a very little nest under our porch.
Used in place of a noun pronoun pronoun. expresses an action, a condition, or a state of being verb verb.
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