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Hello all,

Can someone please tell me whether my classification is proper or not .

sentense:

Chicken made this way tastes more delicious.

Chicken - noun

made - verb

this way - adverb

tastes - noun

more -adverb

delicious - adjective.

Thanks in advance.
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It looks all right to me.

(By the way it's sentence. There's only one s in sentence and that's the first letter!)

CJ
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Surely "tastes" is a verb?
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CalifJimIt looks all right to me.(By the way it's sentence. There's only one s in sentence and that's the first letter!)CJ

Thanks Jim.

one more small doubt.

i want to take this sentence " There is only one S in sentence and that is the first letter."

There is- Verb.

only - adverb

one- adjective

S - noun

in - preposition

sentence- noun

and - conjunction

that is- pronoun

first - adjective

letter - subject.

is this proper?

Thanks in advance.
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Grammar GeekSurely "tastes" is a verb?
Yikes! It certainly is in that sentence.

CJ
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