Grammar in rhyme

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عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس
عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس
عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس
عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس
عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس عنوان عکس



A noun is the name of anything
As School, Garden, Kite or King

Adjectives tell the kind of noun
As Great, Small, Pretty, White or Brown

Instead of nouns the pronouns stand
His head, Her face, Your arm, My hand

Verbs tell of something being done
To read, Count, Carry, Laugh or Run

How things are done the adverbs tell
Slowly, Quickly, Ill or Well

Conjunctions join the words together
As men And women, wind And weather

The preposition stands before
A noun, as In or Through a door

The interjection shows surprise
As Oh! How pretty! Ah! How wise!

Three little words you often see
Are articles – A, An and The

The whole are called Nine Parts of Speech
Which reading, writing, speaking teach

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