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Please help me on this question

Is the underlined word a ver, a noun or an adjective?

1.Laura wanted to talk to Rita.(in the word"talk"is the underline)
2.Laura wanted a talk with Rita.(in the word"talk"is the underline)
3.The windows aren't very clean.(in the word"clean"is the underline)
4.Doesn't anyone clean the windows?(in the word"clean"is the underline)
5.We went to a fabulous show in New York.(in the word"show"is the underline)
6.Laura wanted to show Rita her photos.(in the word"show"is the underline)
7.Henry thought Claire looked beautiful.(in the word"thought"is the underline)
8.A strange thought came into Emma's head.(in the word"thought is the underline)
9.Sarah is feeling quite tired now.(in the word"tired"is the underline)
10.Studying all night had tired Andrew out.(in the word"tired"is the underline)
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1. verb (part of the infinitive "to talk)

2. noun

3. adjective

4. verb

5. noun

6. verb

7. verb

8. noun

9. adjective

10. verb
Comments  
First of all you should understand the difference so you can do this yourself in the future. A verb is an action, or something you do or feel. A noun is a person, place or thing and an adjective describes something.
1.Laura wanted to talk to Rita.(in the word"talk"is the underline)talk = verb
2.Laura wanted a talk with Rita.(in the word"talk"is the underline)talk = noun
3.The windows aren't very clean.(in the word"clean"is the underline)clean = adjective
4.Doesn't anyone clean the windows?(in the word"clean"is the underline)clean = verb
5.We went to a fabulous show in New York.(in the word"show"is the underline)show = noun
6.Laura wanted to show Rita her photos.(in the word"show"is the underline)show = verb
7.Henry thought Claire looked beautiful.(in the word"thought"is the underline)thought = verb
8.A strange thought came into Emma's head.(in the word"thought is the underline)thought = noun
9.Sarah is feeling quite tired now.(in the word"tired"is the underline)tired = adjective
10.Studying all night had tired Andrew out.(in the word"tired"is the underline)tired = verb
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