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Can you please check the below part of speech. I segregate the words in each statement under part of speech. Please have a look at it ad post me your comments. Correct my mistakes.

Part of Speech 

1. Still waters run deep; Still, deep - adverb; waters - noun; run - verb 

2. He still lives in that house; still - adverb; he, that house - noun; in- preposition; lives - verb 

3. After the storm comes the calm; after - adjective; the storm, the calm - noun; comes - verb 

4. The after effects of the drug are bad; the after effects - adjective; drug - noun; bad - adverb; are - verb 

5. The up train is late; up, late - adjective; train - noun; is - verb 

6. It weighs about a pound; it, pound - noun; weights - verb; about - preposition 

7. He told us all about the battle; he, battle, us - noun, told - verb; about - adjective 

8. He was only a yard off me; He, me - noun; off - preposition; only a yard -?? 

9. Suddenly one of the wheels came off; suddenly - interjection; one of the wheels - noun; came - verb; off - preposition?? 

10. Muslims fast in the moth of Ramzan; Muslims, Ramzan - noun; fast - verb; in, of - preposition 

11. He kept the fast for the week; he, week, fast - noun; kept - verb; for - preposition 

12. He is on the committee; He, committee - noun; is - verb; on - preposition 

13. Let us move on; us - verb; move on - adjective?? Let ?? 

14. Sit down and rest a while; sit, rest - noun; down, while - adjective; and - conjunction 

15. I will watch while you sleep - I, you - noun; will watch - verb; sleep - adjective 

16. They while away their evenings with books and games; They, books, games, their evenings - noun; away - verb; while - adverb??; with - preposition
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Hi Umma. Welxome to English Forums.
umaa.spkHi,

Can you please check the below part of speech. I segregate the words in each statement under part of speech. Please have a look at it ad post me your comments. Correct my mistakes.

Part of Speech

1. Still waters run deep; Still, deep - adverb; waters - noun; run - verb

2. He still lives in that the house; still - adverb; he, that house - noun; in- preposition; lives - verb, the -article (Lives is the third person form)

3. After the storm ended, the calm comes; after - preposition adjective; the storm, the calm - noun; come, end - verb

4. The after effects Aftermath/implications of the drugs' abuse are bad; aftermath/implications - noun; drugs - noun (possesive case); bad - short adjective ; are - verb, of - prepostion,

5. The up train is late; up, late - adjective; train - noun; is - verb, up - adjective (the up train - th train comes to large town, city)

6. It weighs about a pound; it, pound - noun; weights - verb; about - preposition

7. He told us all about the battle; he, battle, us - noun, told - verb; about - adjective preposition, all - pronoun

8. He was only a yard off me; He, me - noun; off - preposition; only a yard noun, a indefinite article, only - adverb

9. Suddenly one of the wheels came off; suddenly - adverb; one, wheels - noun; came - verb; off - preposition, of -preposition, the - indefinite article

10. Muslims fast in the moth of Ramzan; Muslims, Ramzan - noun; fast - verb; in, of - preposition You sentence does not make sense. What do you want to say here?

11. He kept the fast for the week; he, week, fast - noun; kept - verb; for - preposition, It also souns odd.

12. He is in the committee; He, committee - noun; is - verb; in - preposition

13. Let us move on; us - pronoun (personal) verb; move on - phrasal verb, let - verb.

14. Sit down and rest for a while; sit down - phrasal verb, rest -verb ; down, a while -noun; and - conjunction, for - preposition

15. I will watch you while you sleep - I, you - noun; will - auxillary verb, watch - verb; sleep - verb, you - noun

16. They spend their evenings with books and games; They, books, games, evenings - noun; their - pronoun (possesive); with - preposition

They while away their evening with books and games. what is the position of while in this sentence?
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AnonymousThey while away their evening with books and games. what is the position of while in this sentence?
'While' is the main verb.
'While away' = verb: spend or pass, as with boredom or in a pleasant manner; of time
I will watch while you sleep . what is the position of while in this sentence?
Angrih VitariI will watch while you sleep . what is the position of while in this sentence?
It is a subordinating conjunction.
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umaa.spk8. He was only a yard off me; He, me - noun; off - preposition; only a yard -??
Here he and me are pronouns.
While is a conjunction because it joining two words
Just a couple of comments on a few cross-outs. I really don't see any wrong with the sentences that you crossed out.
#4 After effect - is a noun. An effect that follows after the primary action of something.
"he was suffering the aftereffects of the drug"

# 2He still lives in that house - speaker is pointing the house across the way from him.

#11 Fast is a noun. If it is part of the context of #10, it still makes sense.
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