Kebab It is the same word as the English word.
The part of speech that the word my is used as is an adjective.
The part of speech for the word specifically is an adverb.
The part of speech for this particular word is a noun.
the part of speech for the word dozen is noun
The word speech is a noun.
French order 'un kebab'
A dictionary can show a word's part of speech, but it does not determine it. How a word is used in a sentence determines its part of speech.
The part of speech for "Bonding" is a noun. The part of speech for "Bonding" is a noun.
What part of speech is the word freely in freely enjoying the water
The part of speech for law is a noun.
The part of speech for oscillate is verb.
The part of speech for "powerful" is an Adjective.
The part of speech for the word bashed is verb.
each word is a part of speech. Which word are you referring to specifically?
It is not ANY part of speech, there is no such English word as "stroobly".
it depends what word it is it could be any part of speech depending on the sentence
If you mean "What part of speech is the word cellular?", it is an adjective.
The word "useful" is an adjective because it can describe/modify nouns. The part of speech that the word useful is, is an adjective.
The word 'she' is a pronoun.
The word word is a noun.
The part of speech that the word passed is underlined as is a verb.
"Tive" isn't a word, so it's no "part of speech".
chicken can be used in every part of speech
the part of speech for playing is a predicate adjective.
there is one part of speech in the word up.
What sort of speech is the word lines
The word "adverb" is a noun. An adverb, a word that modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb, is its own part of speech.
I don't know, but if a SPEECH is reiterated, it is repeated. Usually word for word.
'They're' is a contraction of two parts of speech. The word 'they' is a pronoun, and the word 'are' is a verb.
It is a verb.
You is a pronoun.
The word "in" is a preposition.
"From" is a preposition.
The word 'such' is an adverb.
Do is a verb.
Me is a pronoun.
Three-part is an adjective.
No part of a speech is evil (unless you have the word evil in it). The only part that is evil is if your speech is about something evil (or you put bad words in it).
The word street is a noun. It is a paved part of a road.
"Argumental" is not considered to be a genuine word in the dictionary, so technically it has no part of speech.
tall kon sa part of speech
A word is a part of speech, not a sentence like the one in your example.
A phrase is never a part of speech, only a word.
What part of speech is the word there and the word now in the sentence there are fewer students in her class now?
it is an English speech