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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8872: Kind of words
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    Kind of words


     

     

    Noun: A noun is a person, place, thing, quality, or act.
    Examples : shoes, turtle, anger, sadness, town
    Verb: Verbs are action or existence words that tell what nouns do.
    Examples: to laugh, to read, watched
    Adjective: An adjective describes a noun.
    Examples: bald, heavy, useful

    Adverb: An adverb describes a verb, adjective, or adverb. It often ends in 'ly'.
    Examples: simply, patiently

    Interjection: An outcry or sudden utterance. Usually starts a sentence.
    Examples: ouch, god, my
    Preposition: A preposition describes the relationship between a noun and another noun (or verb or adverb).
    Examples: at, down, to, from
    Conjunction: A conjunction joins together words, phrases, or clauses.
    Examples: but, and, so
    Pronoun: A pronoun replaces a noun or noun phrase that is understood from context.
    Examples: she, me, it

    • Trouver la nature des mots mis entre parenthèses grâce au menu déroulant.
    Choose the right kind of the words in brackets.



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    1. I would like to show you my (car).

    2. (Wow) ! what a beautiful car !

    3. I really like (American) cars.

    4. I (never) drive it in town.

    5. It would be too (dangerous).

    6. I (bought) it last month.

    7. (Oh) ! I see ...

    8. I saw it (and) I bought it.

    9. (It) is a second-hand car.

    10. I got my driving-licence (recently).

    11. You must be very (wealthy).

    12. I was given the money (by) an American uncle.









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