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Adverbs modify adjectives, verbs, and other adverbs. An adverb answers how, when, or where.


  • I am driving slowly.
  • How am I driving? slowly

  • I went to the movies yesterday.
  • When did I go to the movies? yesterday

  • I put the chair upstairs.
  • Where did I put the chair? upstairs
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Pronouns are small words that take the place of a noun. We can use a pronoun instead of a noun.


  • Personal pronouns: I, me, you, he, him, she, her...
  • Demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, those
  • Possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his...
  • Interrogative pronouns: who, what, which...
  • Reflexive pronouns: myself, yourself, himself...
  • Indefinite Pronouns: another, much, nobody, few, such...
  • Relative pronouns: who, whom, which...
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Prepositions are used to show place, time, direction etc.


  • She left before breakfast.
  • He was born on January 2.
  • Divide the drinks between the two of you.
  • It is a container for chemicals.
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Verbs: Irregular
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Adjectives are words that describe nouns or pronouns. They may come before or after the word they describe.


  • This is a large building.
  • That building is large.
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Verbs - (udsagnsord)
are words that show action:
(runs, hits, slides,...) (handlingsverber).


  • They talked all night
  • He ran around the block

or state of being:
(is, are, was,...).(tilstandsverber)

  • You are my friend
  • She looks sad

Verbs are words that tell us what a subject does or is.
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Nouns are words that refers to a person, place, thing or abstract idea. A noun can tell you who or what.


  • Countable nouns( with singular and plural form ):
    • one book, two books - one apple, two apples...

  • Uncountable Nouns( cannot be counted ):
    • water, information, coffee, money, milk, furniture...

  • Common Nouns( category of people, places, things or ideas ):

  • Proper Nouns( specific person, place, thing or organization ):
    • John, Mary, Ford, Sony, England, London, January...

  • Compound Nouns
  • Gerund Nouns