Order of parts of speech teaching. Sounds simple enough, right? I mean everybody knows what nouns and verbs are. Just sprinkle the others in here and there….not so fast. Check out my reasons in 10MG #1!!!
Today’s episode is all about nouns! Why they are second in order. How to link them to articles/noun markers. How they precede adjectives. Why they aren’t just second grade skills! The confusion with common and proper nouns. And much more! All in ten minutes!
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Order of the Parts of Speech
1. Article/Noun Marker: The
2. Noun: The cat
3. Adjective: The sneaky cat
4. Verb: The sneaky cat climbs.
5. Adverb: The sneaky cat easily climbs.
6. Pronoun: The sneaky cat easily climbs. He uses his claws.
7. Preposition: The sneaky cat easily climbs. He uses his claws on the trees.
8. Interjection: Yes, the sneaky cat easily climbs. he uses his claws on the tree.
9. Coordinating Conjunction: Yes, the sneaky cat easily climbs, and he uses his claws on the tree.
10. Determiner: Yes, the one sneaky cat easily climbs, and he uses his claws on the tree.
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