A. abstract nouns

B. adjectives
C. adverbs
D. auxiliary verbs
E. cardinal numbers
F. concrete nouns
G. conjunctions
H. definite articles

I. indefinite articles
J. main verbs
K. ordinal numbers
L. prepositions
M. pronouns
N. proper nouns
O. quantifiers

Please look at the sentences below and select from the above terminology to label all the words

these are the terminologies im not sure about.

1.- I was boiling a pot full of spaghetti when Emma called me loudly

full ( quantifier) .

2 The fear of possible aftershocks kept the people outdoors for several days.

possible ( abstract noun)

aftershock ( conjnuction)

for (conjunction)


3.-When he was twelve, Daniel Radcliffe starred in his first film about Harry Potter and achieved instant fame.

When ( adverb)

instant ( preposition)

4.-The house was built on a slight rise just on the edge of a village

slight(concrete noun)

rise (auxiilary verb)


edge(abstract noun)
1. While it seems to quantify, it is not a quantifier. It is an adjective from a reduction of

that was full of spaghetti
2.possible (adjective)
aftershock (concrete noun)
for (preposition)
days (concrete noun)

3. instant (adjective)

4. slight (adjective)
rise (concrete noun) not really abstract
just (adverb)
edge (concrete noun)

Nouns are subjects,subject complements, and objects in sentences.
Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns telling what kind, how much/many, and which one/ones.
Adverbs tell when, where, how, and why about verbs, adjectives and other adverbs.
Prepositions give the relationships between two nouns and/or pronouns. You need to recoginize them, so study a list of them. For can be a conjunction when it means because.
I think you did some wrongs.
day:abstract noun
rise:abstract noun
edge:concrete noun
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