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This isn't that hard(ok maybe it is) but I just want you to check. We had to say whether of not the underlined word was a adjective of noun. The ones I had trouble with were:
She certainly had a -spring- in her step that day!
-Spring- is a noun
Only the -steel- rim was left. -Steel- was an adjective.

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    Both are correct.

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    Thanks! I am home alone and I don't like english..

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    You're doing well and seem to be getting the hang of parts of speech.

    Also -- remember -- English is probably the only language you speak (at least fluently).

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