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noun
names a person, place, thing or idea
sentence
has two parts; a subject and a predicate
possessive nouns
shows ownership
subject
tells who or what the sentence is about
compound verb
two or more verbs in a sentence
antecedent
is a noun for what the pronoun stands
proper noun
names a particular person, place, or thing
predicate
tells something about the subject
compound subject
made up of two or more simple subjects that have the same verb
pronoun
takes the place of a noun