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what part of speech is..... don't,better,let,to,can, and then???

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    don't = do not >> verb + adverb
    better >> adjective or adverb
    to >> preposition (also sometimes part of the infinitive of a verb)
    can >> verb or noun
    and >> conjunction
    then >> adverb

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