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$400 This part of speech is used to name things. A. B. C. D. Pronoun Noun Adjective Verb

Correct Answer: B. Noun The name of anything or anybody or any place is a noun. As long as it is a name, it is a noun. Back This part of speech tells what someone or something does. A. B.

C. D. Noun Interjection Preposition Verb Correct Answer: D. Verb Verbs name predications. Predications are statements that something is happening or that something exists.

Back This part of speech tells where something is or where it is going relative to an object: A. B. C. D. Noun Pronoun Preposition Conjunction

Correct Answer: C. Preposition Prepositions tell both where the squirrel is and where the squirrel goes. The squirrel climbed into the tree an is now sitting in the tree. Back Most examples of this part of speech have no proper spelling. A.

B. C. D. Noun Interjection Conjunction Verb Correct Answer: B. Interjection Interjection is the name we give to any sound a person

makes when they are surprised, disgusted, joyous in short, when they show some sort of emotion. Examples: Oh! Wow! Well, Aww, And what about the sound your playmate produced when you put that garter snake in her/his hair? How would you spell that? Back Incorrect Response Return

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