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    jargon_dudette is offline Member
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    Default NOUN, PRONOUN 7 the likes...

    NOUN
    PRONOUN
    VERB
    ADVERB
    CONJUNCTION
    ADJECTIVE
    INTERJECTION

    before, they used to be called PARTS OF SPEECH. what are they called now?
    i heard it before (the new name) but i can't recall anymore.

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    They still are called parts of speech, though there areother terms like form class and word class.

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    thanks, Tdol

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