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What part of speech describes a noun or pronoun?

What part of speech describes a noun or pronoun?

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A. Verb
B. Adverb
C. Adjective
D. Preposition
E. Noun

This question is part of 8 parts of Speech Test practice
Asked by Zareea, Last updated: May 29, 2020

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G. Roland

G. Roland, Professor, Austin

Answered Sep 11, 2018

An adjective is a part of grammar which describes, identifies, or quantifies a noun or pronoun. Basically, the primary function is to modify a noun or pronoun so that it will give more specific and interesting description. Instead of one word, a group of words with a subject and a verb can also function as an adjective.

As a part of speech, modifiers provide more information about a person, place, or thing. When an adjective is used, the meaning of the noun is enhanced. Adjectives are generally placed before a noun. An adjective can be used to qualify or modify a noun.

 

darkcore

Darkcore

Answered Feb 02, 2017

I'm pretty sure it would be the determiner. The Adjective is used to describe an object physically.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Dec 27, 2016

Adjective
 

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