It's a dog's lifeby Russell
Tags: dog, vet, pills
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A word that refers to a person, place, or thing. Examples: neighbor, window, happiness, or negotiation. + Proper Noun
A noun that denotes a particular thing; usually capitalized. Examples: Iceland or Patrick. + Adjective
A word that describes or adds information about a noun or pronoun. Examples: white in the phrase 'a white house', fuzzy in the phrase 'fuzzy kitten' + Adverb
A word that modifies a sentence, verb, adverb, or adjective, for example easily, very, and happily in 'They could easily envy the very happily married couple'. + Superlative
A type of adjective or adverb that expresses the extreme degree of that word. Examples: smartest, least, nearest + Verb
A word that is used to indicate the occurrence or performance of an action or the existence of a state, for example run, make, or do. + Gerund
a noun formed from a verb, ending in -ing, for example running, making, or doing.
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