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26 terms

Word classes C

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Verb
I always drink some water when I get up. [drink]
Noun
She always drinks some water when she gets up. [water]
Adjective
I don't like warm milk with cereal. [warm]
Adverb
We never have warm milk with cereal. [never]
Preposition
They sometimes have warm milk with cereal. [with]
Conjunction
Drink your tea now or it will go cold. [or]
Definite article
My wife makes the best chicken soup. [the]
Indefinite article
He is wearing a new jacket. [a]
Pronoun
They are wearing new clothes. [they]
Verb
Don't be late for class. [don't be]
Noun
Don't be late for class. [class]
Adjective
Who is your favourite teacher? [favourite]
Adverb
Some students like working quietly on their own, others prefer to work in a team. [quietly]
Preposition
The pen is in a cup on the desk. [in, on]
Conjunction
You can speak if you put your hand up and the teacher says your name. [if]
Definite article
You can speak if you put your hand up and the teacher says your name. [the]
Indefinite article
I'd really like a hamburger right now. [a]
Pronoun
We'd really like to visit Italy. [we]
Determiner
Her handbag is made of leather. [her]
Comparative adjective
Grammar is harder than spelling. [harder]
Superlative adjective
Out of speaking, listening, reading, and writing you find speaking the easiest. [easiest]
Proper noun
We'd really like to visit Italy. [Italy]
Determiner
Vishal left his book at home. [his]
Comparative adjective
Cars are more expensive than bicycles. [more expensive]
Superlative adjective
Marek's class got the best exam results this year. [best]
Proper noun
Marek is a very good teacher. [Marek]