Parts of Speech

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The human body is made up of many different, disgusting parts. The most disgusting things in a baby’s body regularly end up in its diaper. (Yes, Skyler. I’m talking about your diapers.) The most important part of the body is the skeleton. Without the skeleton, we would all just be blobs of goo sliding along like snails. The skeleton is made up of four basic parts: bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments. (Sorry, scientists. I know I’m over-simplifying.) The bones create structure, muscles allow us to move, ligaments hold two bones together and tendons connect bones to muscle.

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Understanding parts of speech and how they work is vital to learning a language.  You will never reach your highest potential unless you do.  You will fly to new heights when you do.  I promise.

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Verbs (Main Verbs and Helping Verbs)


Adverbs, Prepositions and Conjunctions

All Parts of Speech

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