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which are the noun(s) and verb(s)

They grew up hearing music at home and found it everywhere.

my answers.

Noun- They
Verbs- grew, found

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  1. Your verbs are right.

    The subject is "they," but it's a pronoun, not a noun.

    The nouns are music and home

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