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Tells you where somebody or something is in relation to something else.
Preposition
There are only three of these, 'the', 'a' and 'an'.
Articles
'The' is what type of article?
Definite
'A' and 'an' are what types of articles?
Indefinite
Interruptions or words used to express strong feelings.
Interjections
Adds more detail to a verb. Often end in -ly and nearly always tell you how something is done.
Adverbs
Describe some form of action.
Verb
Joining words; used to connect words or sentences together.
Conjunctions
Words that describe nouns. Tell you what someone or something is like.
Adjectives
Takes the place of nouns.
Pronouns
People, place, or thing.
Noun
What type of noun is Lisa?
Proper
What type of noun is hope?
Abstract
What type of noun is dog?
Common
What type of noun is team?
Collective
Ohio
Proper Noun
he
Pronoun
little
Adjective
and
Conjunction
go
Verbs
completely
Adverbs
eh?
Interjections
the
Definite Article
above
Preposition
a
Indefinite Article
fully
Adverb
but
Conjunction
I
Pronoun
hope
Abstract Noun
family
Collective Noun
Italian
Adjective
who
Pronoun
yellow
Adjective
however
Conjunction
me
Pronoun
laughed
Verb
have
Verb
hey!
Interjection
in
Preposition
upon
Preposition
almost
Adverb
be
Verb
never
Adverb
oops!
Interjection
from
Preposition
well
Adverb
its
Pronoun
dancing
Verb
cell phone
Common Noun
therefore
Conjunction
Canadian
Adjective
kindness
Abstract Noun
you
Pronoun
positively
Adverbs
phew!
Interjection
grrrrrrrrrrrreat!
Interjection
dribble
Verb
scream
Verb
although
Conjunction
since
Preposition