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1:'Still' waters run deep.
2:He 'still' lives in that house.
3:'After' the storm comes the calm.
4:The 'after' effects of the drugs are bad.
5:The 'up' train is late.
6:It weight 'about' a pound.
7:He told us all 'about' the battle.
8:He was only a yard 'off' me.
9:Suddenly one of the wheels came 'off'.
10:He is 'on' the committee.
11:Let us move 'on'.
12:Sit down and rest a 'while'.
13:I will watch 'while' you sleep.
14:They 'while' away their evenings with books and games
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umer hk3:'After' the storm comes the calm.

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umer hk 1:'Still' waters run deep.
2:He 'still' lives in that house.
3:'After' the storm comes the calm.
4:The 'after' effects of the drugs are bad.
5:The 'up' train is late.
6:It weight 'about' a pound.
7:He told us all 'about' the battle.
8:He was only a yard 'off' me.
9:Suddenly one of the wheels came 'off'.
10:He is 'on' the committee.
11:Let us move 'on'.
12:Sit down and rest a 'while'.
13:I will watch 'while' you sleep.
14:They 'while' away their evenings with books and games
the up Train is late
the up train is late
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What parts speech those sentences belongs

1. Adjective(still) it is before noun(water)

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In this sentence, the word, train is a noun and the word, up is telling the quality of train so the word, up is an adjective

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