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how can one understand that beauty is noun,beautiful is adjective and beautify is verb
can someone tell me the rule how to remember and identify noun,verb,adjective in sentence.
i know noun-is place,person,thing but it doesnt help
i know verb-which causes action in sentences
i know adjective-which enhance quality of noun
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Yes, there are some patterns for adding endings (suffixes) and beginnings (prefixes) to words that make new words or parts of speech. Here is a good resource for root words, suffixes and prefixes.
Many times, these have been adopted into English from Latin, Greek, and Old French.

http://www.southampton.liunet.edu/academic/pau/course/webesl.htm
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what is the adjective for beauty

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what is the adjective for beauty

The adjective is beautiful.

I just made this song up about it in 5 mins and idk if you will see it but it goes like this:


Noun Has Beauty, Noun Has Beauty,

Beautiful Ad, Beautiful Ad,

Beautify The Verb, Beautify The Verb,

Nouns Have Beauty, Nouns Have Beauty

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i know noun-is place,person,thing but it doesnt help
i know verb-which causes action in sentences
i know adjective-which enhance quality of noun As explained by another expert, suffix and prefix often tell us what a particular is. Also, there are basic sentence patterns that identify the functions of words. See if the following helps:

I (subject) live (verb) in (prep) a (article) big (adj) house (noun)
She loves expensive clothes

Tom has a bad temper

Mary is a wonderful cook

Linda has a beautiful voice