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  1. A person, place, thing or idea If you can put “A”, “An”, “The” in front of the word, it’s probably a Noun Examples: NOUN

  2. A word that takes the place of a noun. It needs an “antecedent” (the noun that it replaces) Examples: PRONOUN

  3. A word that shows the action of a sentence If you can “do” it, it’s probably an action verb. Examples: ACTION VERBS

  4. Express a state of BEING… They usually connect a noun to a word that describes the noun (an adjective). Examples: LINKING VERBS

  5. Linking verbs that are not expressing a state of Being Instead, they are verbs that work with your ACTION verb to extend the meaning and give a sense of time (when that action is being done) Examples: HELPING VERBS

  6. Words that describe NOUNS. We add adjectives to nouns to say what kind, what color, which one, or how many. They help make the sentence more clear or exact. Examples: ADJECTIVES

  7. Word ADDED to an Action VERB to alter its meaning. Tells When, Where, How, in what way, to what extent an action is performed They can also be added to an adjective and to other adverbs… A very ugly dog lives next door to me. Many end in –LY EXAMPLES: ADVERBS

  8. A word that comes BEFORE a noun (Object of the preposition) to show the noun’s (or pronoun’s) relationship to another word in the sentence. Examples: It is a containerforbutter. The eagle soared above the clouds. PREPOSITIONS

  9. A word that joins 2 or more words, phrases, or clauses. They glue words, phrases, and clauses together. Examples: ** FANBOYS CONJUNCTIONS

  10. Words that show emotion or excitement. They “interject” into your sentence. Set apart from your sentence by a comma or an exclamation point. Examples: INTERJECTIONS