How can you tell if a word is a noun a verb an adverb or an adjective?


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Anonymous answered
This is basic grammar.You need to find out the meaning of these terms. For example;A verb is an action or expressive word.Walk or talk. Noun;place,persons name or object.
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Wodke Hawkinson answered
A noun is a person, place or thing. For example: Dog is a noun, bacon is a noun.
A verb expresses action of some kind, not necessarily physical. For example: Love can be a verb.
An adjective is descriptive and is used to describe a noun. For example: Brown is an adjective.
An adverb describes a verb or an adjective. For example: Really is an adverb.

Now, let's use them in a sentence: My brown dog really loves bacon.

Hope this helps!

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