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    write a complex sentance and tell what every word is
    what part of speech is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakelawson
    write a complex sentance and tell what every word is
    what part of speech is it
    The man in the black coat is a spy who works for the CIA.

    In order:

    article
    noun
    preposition
    article
    adjective
    noun
    verb
    article
    pronoun
    verb
    preposition
    article
    noun

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    Good job!

    :wink:

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    Not a very subtle choice of coat though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Not a very subtle choice of coat though.
    Maybe a little more subtle than the ones in movies, that have a huge 'FBI' on the back though. ;)

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    I always like the photos that are captioned 'Secret agents' or 'Special Forces'- I've never understood them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Good job!

    :wink:
    Thanks. I hope that is what he wanted. :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Not a very subtle choice of coat though.
    Subtle? CIA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Not a very subtle choice of coat though.
    Maybe a little more subtle than the ones in movies, that have a huge 'FBI' on the back though. ;)
    I don't think the CIA goes quite that far.

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    This looks like a homework question, and as such I'm suprised at how detailed the answers are here.

    Jakelawson, I think you've been very lucky this time.
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