Mrs. Hult and Ms. Fragola ran across the foot bridge from barking dogs.
Proper noun
Mrs. Hult and Ms. Fragola ran across the foot bridge from barking dogs.
conjunction
Mrs. Hult and Ms. Fragola ran across the foot bridge from barking dogs.
Action verb
Mrs. Hult and Ms. Fragola ran across the foot bridge from barking dogs.
Prep/prep
Mrs. Hult and Ms. Fragola ran across the foot bridge from barking dogs.
article
Mrs. Hult and Ms. Fragola ran across the foot bridge from barking dogs.
adjective
Mrs. Hult and Ms. Fragola ran across the foot bridge from barking dogs.
Common noun
Mrs. Hult and Ms. Fragola ran across the foot bridge from barking dogs.
Common n oun
(barking is a particicple)
The Poetry Slam proudly showcased the talents of our students.
Proper noun
The Poetry Slam proudly showcased the talents of our students.
adverb
The Poetry Slam proudly showcased the talents of our students.
Action verb
The Poetry Slam proudly showcased the talents of our students.
Common noun (talents are things)
The Poetry Slam proudly showcased the talents of our students.
preposition
The Poetry Slam proudly showcased the talents of our students.
Adjective (possessive)
Removing his jacket, Jack ran swiftly into the river.
Participle (not on final)
Removing his jacket, Jack ran swiftly into the river.
Adjective (possessive)
Removing his jacket, Jack ran swiftly into the river.
adverb
Removing his jacket, Jack ran swiftly into the river.
Action verb
I have a paper to write before class.
pronoun
I have a paper to write before class.
Action verb
I have a paper to write before class.
infinitive
I have a paper to write before class.
preposition
I have a paper to write before class.
Common noun
We are exhausted after a long year, but are looking forward to high school.
pronoun
We are exhausted after a long year, but are looking forward to high school.
Linking verb
We are exhausted after a long year, but are looking forward to high school.
Both adjectives
We are exhausted after a long year, but are looking forward to high school.
preposition
We are exhausted after a long year, but are looking forward to high school.
article
We are exhausted after a long year, but are looking forward to high school.
conjunction
We are exhausted after a long year, but are looking forward to high school.
Helping verb
We are exhausted after a long year, but are looking forward to high school.
adverb
We are exhausted after a long year, but are looking forward to high school.
preposition
The temperature of the burning classroom reached 100 degrees.
Common noun
The temperature of the burning classroom reached 100 degrees.
Participle (not on final)
The temperature of the burning classroom reached 100 degrees.
Action verb
The temperature of the burning classroom reached 100 degrees.
adjective
The temperature of the burning classroom reached 100 degrees.
Common noun
We intended to leave early.
pronoun
We intended to leave early.
Action verb
We intended to leave early.
infinitive
We intended to leave early.
adverb
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Mrs. Hult and Ms. Fragola ran across the foot bridge from barking