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action Active adjective Adjective Clause adverb Adverbial Adjuncts Analysis Anglo-Saxon attached attributive adjuncts brother called clause common Compare complement complex compound Conjugation Conjunctions connected demonstrative denotes derived Edition ending English examples Exercise expressed father Fcap following sentences force French Future gender gerund Give grammatical Greek hand horse Imperfect incomplete Indicative Mood Infinitive Mood John joined kind language Latin letter live mark means modifies nominative noun object origin Parse participle passive Past Indefinite Tense Perfect Perfect Tense person phrase Plur Plural possessive preceded predicate Preliminary preposition Pres Present Pret preterite pronoun referred relation relative root separate simple Sing Singular smiting smitten sometimes sound speak spoken stands Subjunctive Mood substantive suffix tell thing third Thou transitive verb verb Voice vowel word write
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