Tuesday, March 1, 2011

*it's complicated

I learn more what my lecturer teach.
But, not every time we right in answer.
Sometimes that wrong.


Nouns: A noun can be extended to a noun phrase. In the example phrases given below, the noun (in the first example) and the noun phrase (in the remaining examples) is in bold. Note how much the noun phrase can be extended by adding extra information each time.Used to name an abstract idea, animal, person, place or thing. Sentences typically contain more than one noun. For example, in the sentence 'Billy met his friends at the zoo,' the words 'Billy,' 'friends' and 'zoo' are all nouns.

Verbs: Expresses actions, events or states of being. For example, in the sentence 'Billy throws the ball,' 'throws' is the verb. A group of words cannot be described as a sentence or a clause unless at least one of the words is a verb. In some ways, we can describe it as the most important part of speech because it is the 'action' word that tells the listener or reader what is happening in the sentence. Verbs can be ‘action’ words like run, initiate, judge, throw, but they can also denote less active notions and have more to do with mental processes and perceptions, like see, know, think and so on.

Adjective: An adjective gives the reader or speaker extra information about a noun or delimits it in some way. 
Adverb: Modifies a verb, adjective, phrase, clause or another adverb. Adverbs can be found in various parts of a sentence but usually ends with '-ly.' For example, in the sentence 'Billy quickly throws the ball,' 'quickly' is the adverb.  

Some question I get are wrong answer.
Sorry miss..

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