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    Parts of speach

    when asked to be given the part of speach of a word from the dictionary, what does that mean? and where is it found in the dictionary?

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    Re: Parts of speach

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    when asked to be given the part of speach of a word from the dictionary, what does that mean? and where is it found in the dictionary?

    Parts of speech are: Verb, Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction and interjection.

    In order to search a part of speech in a dictionary, determine what you would like to search and then look it up.

    For eg:

    Neighbour-- is a noun. You can find "neighbhour" in the dictionary.

    Hope this helps!

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