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Common Noun Person, place, or thing Proper noun The specific name of a person or place Article Identifies a noun as a noun Definite: the Indefinite: a, an Parts of Speech
Verb Action or state of being Adjective Describes a noun Adverb Describes an action Pronoun Replaces a noun More Parts of Speech
Preposition Indicates location Conjunction Connects phrases and clauses Interjection Shows emotion Yet More Parts of Speech
Pronouns In the examples that follow you will see the pronouns BOLDED in each sentence.
1 st Example Sentence Mary went to the well early in the morning to get water for her family. She went to the well early in the morning to get water for her family.
2 nd Example Sentence The Pastor read from the bible. He read from the bible.
3 rd Example Sentence The congregation enjoyed the song. They enjoyed the song.
4 st Example Sentence The blanket is Martha’s. The blanket is hers.
“He” is an adjective a pronoun a verb
“She” is a Pronoun preposition verb
“Himself” is a noun definite article Pronoun
“her” is a pronoun common noun proper noun
Match the word to the correct part of speech before time runs out. Him Run Boy And Chair Is O Verb O Pronoun O Conjunction O Noun O Preposition O Common Noun
Match the word to the correct part of speech. Him Run Boy And Chair Is O Verb O Pronoun O Conjunction O Noun O Preposition O Common Noun
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