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English Basics
Volume 2, Number 10, November 10, 1997

Review: Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs

The underlined word in each sentence is a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb. Write the correct part of speech after the sentence. The first four have been done for you.

1.  There are many snails living in your basement.  noun
2. His favorite character is a friendly dinosaur. verb
3. Will a fast train beat a bus to New York? adjective
4. The director thinks I talk too fast. adverb
5. I can’t sell one quart of this liver flavored ice cream.
6. Seeing you was a great surprise.
7. Seeing you was a great surprise.
8. He is visiting a friend in Texas.
9. You shouldn't bite your toenails in public.
10. Are you paying too much for your telephone calls?
11. The paper will yellow with age.
12. Never eat yellow snow.
13. Yellow is brighter than gray.
14. Our prayers are with you.
15. Ryan always learns from his mistakes.
16. I quickly discovered the secret.
17. Cheryl keeps her toys in that closet.
18. She wants to know if it’s the right thing to do.
19. Smoking is a stupid thing to do.
20. A gosling is a baby goose.


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