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There are Proper Nouns and Common Nouns. A common noun is a non-specific person place or thing. A proper noun is a specific person place or thing.
Pronouns are words that can replace a noun such as him or it or he or she.
Possessive nouns are nouns that take ownership such as the Bear's berry and a possessive plural noun such as the dogs' or a possessive pronoun such as his
Adjectives are words that describe a noun like trashy
This dog is running and running is an action verb and there is also another type of verb which is a linking verb. A linking verb is a verb that connects two words such as is or am
Whoa!!!! The dog is running away
This dog is clearly running away. Oh yeah clearly is an adverb and I forgot to tell you what an adverb is. An adverb is a word that modifies an adjective or a verb such as badly or clearly , etc.
The dog is running away help and can someone find the dog a bone or something. Oh I just used an article and conjunction. An Article is a word like the or a , or an. A conjunction is a word like and , or , nor, but, etc or just remember your fanboys For And Nor But Or Yet SO
Now the dog is on top of the building on or top of are prepositions. Prepositions are words that shows a relationship between time and space such as I went to the store, to is the preposition. Other words such as under or through or near etc.
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