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My last set of Questions:

Match the part of speech for each word.
a. noun
b. pronoun
c. antecedent ????
d. adjective
e. adverb
f. verb
g. preposition
h. conjunction

1. I read Moby Dick and Wuthering Heights last semester.
a. read = f. verb
b. last = d. adjective
c. and = h. conjunction

2. My brother was discharged and will follow up next week.
a. my = b. pronoun
b. will follow up = ????

3. Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift, which is why we call it the present.
a. Yesterday = a. noun
b. tomorrow = a. noun
c. gift = a. noun
d. call = f. verb
e. it = b. pronoun
i. present = a. noun (?adjective)

4. We always eat fish on Fridays.
a. always = e. adverb
b. on = g. conjunction
Thank You - Let you know how I do.

  • Grammar-Writeacher -

    1. correct

    2. my = correct; will follow up = the verb, yes. This is an example of what are called Phrasal Verbs:

    3. correct; and yes, "present" is a noun.

    4. "on" is not a conjunction.

  • Grammar-Writeacher -

    Carelessness gets you every time!
    If you look I put in the correct letter- g. but wrote the wrong thing.

    on = preposition.

    Thank you again Writeacher - it has been a long week - started this module May 2 - and with Jiskha May 8th.

    I am going to submit the test tomorrow am -
    Have a good week-end.

  • Grammar-Writeacher -

    You, too, Leslie!


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