Adverb, Adjective, or Noun

Adverb, Adjective, or Noun

Published on 26 March 2023
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What is an adjective adverb, or noun?
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An adjective is "a word or phrase naming an attribute, added to or grammatically related to a noun to modify or describe it."
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Adjective 
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Adverb
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An adverb is "a word that can modify or describe a verb, adjective, or another verb, or entire sentence."
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A noun is "a word (other than a pronoun) used to identify any of a class of people, places, or things (common noun), or to name a particular one of these (proper noun)."
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Noun
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Example: Place 
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Examples of an adjective: 1.) Beautiful 2.) Bright 3.) Intelligent
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Examples of an adverb: 1.) Quickly 2.) Slowly 3.) Rarely
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Examples of a noun: 1.) Cake 2.) Shoes 3.) School Bus
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                  Now let's practice: Describe each sentence as an adjective, adverb, or noun.
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1.) She goes to the movies every week.  2.) This glass is breakable.  3.) I love dogs, but I hate cats. 4.) They live in a beautiful house. 5.) Almonds are on sale today.  6.) Please stay as long as possible.
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Answers: 
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1.) She goes to the movies every week. Adverb 2.) This glass is breakable. Adjective 3.) I love dogs, but I hate cats. Noun 4.) They live in a beautiful house. Adjective 5.) Almonds are on sale today. Noun 6.) Please stay as long as possible. Adverb
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