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  • angel.madbezos Dec 29, 2013 3:32 PM Flag

    A much needed rhyme for my impostor:


    "Three little words you often see
    Are ARTICLES: a, an, and the.

    A NOUN's the name of anything,
    As: school or garden, toy, or swing.

    A PRONOUN replaces any noun:
    / he, she, it, and you are found.

    ADJECTIVES tell the kind of noun,
    As: great, small, pretty, white, or brown.

    VERBS tell of something being done:
    To read, write, count, sing, jump, or run.

    How things are done the ADVERBS tell,
    As: slowly, quickly, badly, well.

    CONJUNCTIONS join the words together,
    As: men and women, wind or weather.

    The PREPOSITION stands before
    A noun as: in or through a door.

    The INTERJECTION shows surprise
    As: Oh, how pretty! Ah! how wise!

    The whole are called the PARTS of SPEECH,
    Which reading, writing, speaking teach."

    -David B. Tower & Benjamin F. Tweed

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    • Wow! Your Grammar Queen hobby really means a lot to you doesn't it? Too bad no one else cares. Will you sit here all day projectile vomiting your hate and burnt lube? Silly. John deserved peace but you need the attention so bad. It never cures your illness. 14 years gurl? 14 years in your endless circles?

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