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No. It is a noun for a time of day. It can be used as a noun adjunct with other nouns (morning fog, morning sickness) but it is not an adjective.

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Is early morning an adjective?

Morning is a noun. But early is an adjective that modifies it.


Is this morning an adjective?

No. It is an adverbial (adverb phrase). This in the term is an adjective, and morning is a noun. But together they answer the question "when" for a verb. e.g. "They left this morning." (morning is not an object)


Is the word morning an adjective?

no


Which is the adjective in this sentence Jack had a smile on his face this morning?

There is no adjective.


Which part of speech is the word morning?

Morning can be a noun: It was a sunny morning. adjective: It is time for morning prayers.


Is good in good morning an adjective?

The phrase "good morning" is an interjection used as a greeting. It usually means "have a good morning." By itself, the word good is acting as an adjective modifying morning.


How can we use 'tomorrow' as different parts of speech?

tomorrow is an adjective, like tomorrow morning, tomorrow is an adjective describing morning.


What part of speech is morning?

Morning is usually a noun or an adjective.


Is this morning an adverb?

The phrase "this morning" is an adverbial phrase, not an adverb. It includes the adjective "this" and the noun "morning."


What is a sentence that begins with an adjective?

Adjective- BlueBlue water was shining this morning as the sun rose.


Is morning a noun?

Yes, morning is a noun, a common, singular, abstract noun. The word morning is also an adjective. Examples: Noun: The morning that I started my new job was cold and wet. Adjective: The morning paper is on the table. (can be seen as a noun adjunct)


Is morning noun?

Yes, morning is a noun, a common, singular, abstract noun. The word morning is also an adjective. Examples: Noun: The morning that I started my new job was cold and wet. Adjective: The morning paper is on the table. (can be seen as a noun adjunct)


How can you use Sunday as an adjective in a sentence?

We go to church on Sunday morning. Sunday describes what morning it is.


What are some adjective for morning?

bright, early windy, sunny.


What is the adjective in this sentence In the morning she put on athletic shoes?

Athletic


What is adjective of steal?

stolen. The police found the stolen car this morning.


What are the adjectives in this sentence-I will admit that sometimes it is hard for me to get up in the morning?

hard is the only adjective in the sentence. an adjective describes a noun.


In the following sentence identify the adjective your grandmother found an injured bird in her backyard this morning?

The adjectives in the sentence are:injuredthisyour (pronoun, a possessive adjective)her (pronoun, a possessive adjective)


In the early morning he moved quiet sluggishly is this a verb adjective or adverb?

moved is a verb quiet and sluggishly are adverbs early is an adjective


What part of speech is the word early in you woke to the early morning light?

adjective


What is the adjective in the sentence My grandmother found an injured bird in her backyard this morning?

injured


What type of speech is Morning?

Morning is a noun, and it can be used as an adjective as well. If you are referring to Maya Angelou's speech "On The Pulse Of Morning", it was the 1993 inaugural speech for Bill Clinton.


What part of speech is early?

"Early" can be an adjective, e.g. the early morning. It can also be an adverb, describing when something happens, e.g. "early in the morning".


Give you sentences of a prepositional phrase used as an adjective?

The only one I can think of is, "In the morning we will leave."


Is ate an adjective?

No, it is not. It is the irregular past tense of the verb "to eat." e.g. I ate breakfast this morning.

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