Grammar Revision
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Grammar rules we learned this year:
This year we learned about many parts of English Grammar. Here are some of them:

- Proper nouns: a noun that names a particular person, place, or thing “Tom,” “Chicago,” and “Friday” are proper nouns. They require a capital letter.

- Common nouns: a noun used to name general things, places, ideas, events, or people "cat", "chair", "girl" and "book" are common nouns. They do not require a capital

- Pronouns: words often used to take the place of a noun, when that noun is understood (has already been named), to avoid repeating it - he, she, it, his, her, their, they etc.

- Prepositions - words which usually describe the position of something, the time when something happens and the way in which something is done "above" "in" "from" "between" etc.

- Verbs - doing word, words that describe the action - walk, talk, look, paint, run, write etc.

- Adjectives - is a word that describes an animal, person, thing, or thought. Adjectives include words that describe what something looks like and what it feels like to touch, taste, or smell. Adjectives can be colors or words that describe temperatures and sizes. "big", "brown", "scary" etc.

- Adverb - is a word that modifies a verb, adjective, or other adverb. To put it another way, an adverb describes actions, and it describes other descriptive words - "carefully", "sadly", "loudly" "happily"

- Conjunctions - links words, phrases and clauses together in a sentence "and", "because" "or" etc.
Name seven common nouns used in the passage. *
Name two proper nouns used in the passage. *
Name four pronouns used in the passage. *
Name three prepositions used in the passage. *
Name seven verbs used in the passage. *
Name three adjectives used in the passage. *
Name three adverbs used in the passage. *
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