Noun - used to name a person, animal, place, thing, and abstract idea.
Adjective - a descriptive word which modifies the pronoun or noun.
Verb - a doing word, expressing an action or event.
Pronoun - A word used instead of using noun or name, to avoid repetition. You can classify pronouns into several types, including the personal pronoun, the demonstrative pronoun, the interrogative pronoun, the indefinite pronoun, the relative pronoun, the reflexive pronoun, and the intensive pronoun.
Noun - Late last year our neighbours bought us a goat.
Adjective - Late last year our neighbours bought us a brown goat.
Verb - Late last year our neighbours bought us a goat.
1st Person - I went to feed the goat today (singular) We went to feed the goat today (plural).
2nd Person - You went to feet the goat today (singular) You went to feet the goat today (plural).
3rd Person - He/she/it went to feed the goat today (singular) They went to feed the goat today (plural).
Objective personal pronoun - Can you give me/
he/the shop keeper the goat? - the person becomes the object.
Singular personal pronoun - One thinks this goat smells.
Possessive personal pronoun - This goat is mine.
Demonstrative pronoun - That/these/this/those goats are smelly.
Relative pronoun - Whom/who does this goat belong to?
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