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Grammar: Parts of Speech

Across
a punctuation mark indicating a pause between parts of a sentence
Used in place of nouns, like "I" or "they"
Symbols that show the reader where sentences start and finish and sometimes are used to separate different parts of the sentence for effect or to make writing easy to understand.
Means to go before in Latin. It is used with a pronoun to refer to something previously mentioned in the sentence.
a punctuation mark used to indicate either possession
The writing of a word with its first letter as an upper case and the remaining letters in lower case.
Words, phrases, or clauses that provide description in sentences
Words that join two words together like "and" / "or"
Describing word for noun
Action or doing word
Down
Punctuation used to join two or more ideas (parts) in a sentence, those ideas are then given equal position or rank
Person, place, or thing
Words that go before a noun
a word or phrase whose function is to transition/link paragraphs
Punctuation that introduces an element or series of elements that illustrates or amplifies the information that precedes it
Describing word for verb, usually ending in "ly"