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    What is the difference between a noun, verb, adjective, adverb, etc.?

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    Basic sentence parts are subjects and predicates, and the central elements of subjects and predicates are nouns and verbs.

    Ex: A solitary figure waited at the door.
    A solitary figure: subject
    waited at the door: predicate
    figure: noun
    waited: verb

    <b>Nouns</b> are objects-people, place, animal, thing, or idea.

    <b>Verbs</b> are action words.

    Pronouns function as nouns in sentences and often take the place ...