Conventions of standard English

Conventions of standard English - ADVERBS tell, As: slowly,...

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Three little words you often see Are ARTICLES: a, an, and the. A NOUN's the name of anything, As: school or garden, toy, or swing. A PRONOUN replaces any noun: he, she, it, and you are found. ADJECTIVES tell the kind of noun, As: great, small, pretty, white, or brown. VERBS tell of something being done: To read, write, count, sing, jump, or run. How things are done the
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Unformatted text preview: ADVERBS tell, As: slowly, quickly, badly, or well. CONJUNCTIONS join the words together, As: men and women, wind or weather. The PREPOSITION stands before A noun as: in or through a door. The INTERJECTION shows surprise As: Oh, how pretty! Ah! how wise! The whole are called the PARTS of SPEECH, Which reading, writing, speaking teach....
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