Finish This Sentence With Proper English
Allena on 01/31/2008
|The answers are adverb (modifies a verb), verb, noun, adjective (modifies a noun), and pronoun.|
Noun: the name of an idea, person, place, or thing.
Adjective: modifies a noun
Verb: a word that means an action, an occurrence, or a state of being
Adverb: modifies a verb
Pronoun: substitute for a subjective or objective noun and could also be relative, interrogative or indefinite. Pronouns are hard to describe but YOU know WHY HE knows IT when his eyes see IT.
For example: Queen Elizabeth spoke CLEARLY to her son. Noun, adjective or adverb? Right, CLEARLY is an adverb. Or Queen elizabeth spoke clearly to HER. HER is an pronoun. This quiz is sploofactorproof!
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