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Q) Name the part of speech of each italicised word in the following sentences.

1) still waters run deep. (Still is adjective in the sentence)

2) He still lives in that house. (Still is adverb in the sentence)

3) After the storm comes the calm. (preposition)

4) The up train is late. (Adjective)

5) The after effects of the drug are bad. (Adverb)

Did I name these words correctly?

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sundarnazDid I name these words correctly?

This one is wrong:

5) The after effects of the drug are bad. (Adverb)

'Effects' is a noun.

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And what is "after"?

Actually, I think 'aftereffects' is a single word, but in that sentence, it must be an adjective, since it modifies a noun.

PS: Yes, it is— http://www.dictionary.com/browse/aftereffect

Yes. You were right. Google results showed either a single word for "aftereffects" or hyphenated "after-effects". Now the question is "is it correct to write the word as after effects? Will it make any difference in the meaning of the word?
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sundarnazis it correct to write the word as after effects?

No, not there.

You mean in some contexts writing "after effects" is right. Can you give me one or two examples where we can write "after-effects" as "after effects"?
sundarnaz Can you give me one or two examples where we can write "after-effects" as "after effects"?

You can never do that.

sundarnazYou mean in some contexts writing "after effects" is right.

It is possible in a completely different structure, with 'after' a preposition:

After effects appear, one must examine causes.

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