Grammar Poem


Grammar.
There's so many things to learn
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It makes your thoughts churn
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You have to use it properly
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I'll teach you orderly....
A noun is a person place or thing.
An adjective, describes almost anything.
A verb is a word that ends in E D
An adverb ends in L Y  like the word 'enthusiastically'
Grammar.
There's so many things to learn
(Grammar)
It makes your thoughts churn
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Now you've a noun, adjective, and a verb
 (Grammar)
It's time to teach you some other words
Pronoun; replaces a noun with he or she
Run on sentence; connects itself, example ; She bought glasses now she can see
A Conjunction ; and, because, but, however
And don't forget when naming a noun the first is a capital letter
Grammar.
There's so many things to learn
(Grammar)
It makes your thoughts churn
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You've seen the sneak peak
Of (Grammar)
 Time to finish my speech
A preposition, words that link nouns
Slang ; speech thats ordinary bound
Predicate, to proclaim, declare, or assert
A subject what makes everything else alert
Grammar.
There's so many things to learn
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It makes your thoughts churn
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Now we've reached the end
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So goodbye, my friend.