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Nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs
They attended the concert last weekend.
Several cats ran into Rob’s garage.
The truck driver delivered the packages quickly.
Fast runners won all the awards at the track meet.
My friends and I walked home after school.
I wanted a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch yesterday.
She was counting the ballots during social studies class.
That is my seat.
The diagram was pretty complicated for us.
He will practice his musical piece soon.
Reggie saw the awesome sight from the air.
Her sister is the oldest member of the group.
Check the score, Tim.
Will the students be able to find the answer by themselves?
They slowly carried the couch down the stairs.
You can see beyond the hills from the top of the tower.
Our team finally scored a touchdown.
The troop had been scattered throughout the woods.
Paul hopes that she will sing with the choir.
Can Jerry help him with the science project?
Have you seen the eraser?
The lock was stuck.
Older people tire more easily.
The police officer ran fast.
Kind people are often rewarded.
My sister answered the question intelligently.
Joke about it now. 1 2 3 4
Ozzie, eat up. 1 2 3
Georgette eventually walked her brother to the station. 1 2 3 4
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