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\n. \n Answer \n. \nWord is an a program, usually on your desktop, where you type things up in stead of writing them.\n. \n .
The word and is a conjunction , a word used to jointwo (or more) words, two phrases, two clauses, or the parts of acompound sentence. Examples: Jack and Mack are brothers…. They are ten and twelve years old. They are off from school and ready to play . Jack goes to baseball camp and Mack plays on LittleLeague . The word but is a conjunction , a preposition , and an adverb . Examples: He has good taste but he has no money . (conjunction) She liked everything but the broccoli . (preposition) We would have lost but for your play. (adverb)
Word . A unit of language that native speakers can identify; "words are the blocks from which sentences are made"; "he hardly said ten words all morning" . A brief stat…ement; "he didn't say a word about it" . news: information about recent and important events; "they awaited news of the outcome" . A verbal command for action; "when I give the word, charge!" . In slang: (1) well said (2) said in a agreement (3) can be used as a greeting
The word "IS" forms an identity between two things, or a thing and its aspects, or an action which is in progress. It is a form of the verb "to be" and in English does not dis…criminate between an inherent condition or a temporary one (as is the case in the Spanish "ser" and "estar").. Examples (identity): "An ant is an insect." "My name is Don.". Examples (adjectives): "The pencil is red." "The boy is sick.". Examples (participles): "The man is leaving." "The rain is falling."
A good many more than it makes sense to list.
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The word 'the' is an article , a word that precedes a noun todistinguish the noun as a specific person or thing, or as a generalperson or thing. The article 'the' is the def…inite article , used to indicatethat the noun that follows is a word for a specific person orthing. Th article 'the' can precede a singular or a plural noun . Examples: . The boy rode his bicycle to school. (a specificboy, singular ) . The boys rode their bicycles to school. (two ormore specific boys, plural ) The other articles are 'a' and 'an', which are indefinitearticles , used to indicate that the noun that follows is a wordfor a general word for a person or thing. *The article 'a' precedes a word that starts with a consonantsound . *The article 'an' precedes a word that starts with a vowelsound . The indefinite articles can precede a singular noun only . Examples: . A student may park in this lot. (one student, anystudent, singular ) . An enrolled student may park in this lot. (onestudent, any student who is enrolled, singular ) *You will note that the article 'a' precedes a noun beginning withconsonant sound (student). The article 'an' precedes the adjectivebeginning with a vowel sound (enrolled). Plural, general nouns are not preceded by an article. Example: Students may park in this lot.
The simplest are the words bare, care, dare, and so forth, to stare and tare. Also other forms such as barefoot, careful, and software. Other words include the letters as p…art of separate forms, such as bearer, cleared, dearer, oared, and soared.
h and , b and , comm and , l and, reprim and you know those type of words
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Stare. Share. Snare
they are called conjunctions because they combine two thoughts
The letter 'I' capitalized is a word. The word 'I' is a pronoun , the first person, singular,subjective personal pronoun. The pronoun 'I' is a word that takesthe place of a n…oun for the person speaking as the subject of asentence or a clause. Examples: I like the tulips. (subject of the sentence) The flowers that I like are the tulips. (subject ofthe relative clause)