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I need help identifying each words part of speech on 2 sentences:

Growing along with your family

Built to last forever

Please help

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  1. Neither of those are sentences. They look like advertising slogans.

    Growing -- verb, present participle
    along -- adverb
    with -- preposition
    your -- possessive pronoun used as an adjective
    family -- noun

    What do you think the parts of speech are in the second example?

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