It is a unusual word.
"rather" is an adverb, and "unusual" is an adjective.
The part of speech for this particular word is a noun.
what part of speech is the word warily
The part of speech for the word diplomacy is a noun.
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.
A vocabulary list should always include the pronunciation, if unusual, the part of speech, and possibly a close synonym or related word.
The word saline is a part of speech called an adjective.
H is a letter, not a word. To be a part of speech, it needs to be a word.
The part of speech for the word civilian is English grammar.
The word speech is a noun.
Connoisseur is a noun.
Unusual is a adjective. For example, in the sentence, "At the family gathering, they sat everywhere on the lawn, and chatted about their somewhat UNUSUAL pets." Unusual is describing the pets.
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 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.
The part of speech for understands is a 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".
The part of speech for the word LANGUAGE is a noun.🦄