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CONTENIDO

.- INTRODUCCIÓN

1.- ARTICLES

2.-NOUNS

3.- ADJECTIVES

4.- ADVERBS

5.- VERBS

6.- PREPOSITIONS

7.- CONJUNTIONS

8.-INTERJECTIONS

CONCLUSIÓN

BIBLIOGRAFÍA

FUENTES
INTRODUCCIÓN

Día a día nuestro intelecto crece gracias a las nuevas formas de aprendizaje que tenemos así como los avances tecnológicos que nos facilitan grandemente el estudio.Seria descortés no considerar a los profesores que nos imparten clases ya que gracias a ellos es que tenemos conocimientos e incluso que aprendamos a escribir, leer, sumar, etc. pues ellos son también los que nos orientan hacia el buen uso de nuestras habilidades así como del orden, no solo en casa o el lugar donde nos desenvolvamos, si no también tener un orden en nuestra vida, en nuestra manerade trabajar.

Incluso hasta en nuestra manera de redactar un escrito es necesario tener un orden y hacer el uso adecuado de las reglas de escritura. Porque si no seria imposible crear un buen documento y su comprensión seria nula.

También es necesario que conozcamos las funciones de las partes de la escritura y como es que estos le dan sentido a nuestra trabajo.

PARTS OF SPEECHARTICLE
An article is a kind of adjective which is always used with and gives some information about a noun.  There are only two articles a and the, but they are used very often and are important for using English accurately.
The word a (which becomes an when the next word begins with a vowel - a, e, i, o, u) is called the indefinite article because the noun it goes with is indefiniteor general.  The meaning of the article a is similar to the number one, but one is stronger and gives more emphasis.  It is possible to say I have a book or I have one book, but the second sentence emphasizes that I do not have two or three or some other number of books.
The word the is known as the definite article and indicates a specific thing.  The difference between the sentences Isat on a chair and I sat on the chair is that the second sentence refers to a particular, specific chair, not just any chair.
Many nouns, especially singular forms of countable nouns which you will learn about later, must have an article.  In English, it is not possible to say I sat on chair without an article, but  a demonstrative or possessive adjective can be used instead of an article asin the sentences I sat on that chair and I sat on his chair.
Whenever you see an article, you will find a noun with it.  The noun may be the next word as inthe man or there may be adjectives and perhaps adverbs between the article and the noun as in the very angry, young man.
NOUN
A noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place, thing, and abstract idea. Nouns are usuallythe first words which small children learn. The highlighted words in the following sentences are all nouns:

Late last year our neighbours bought a goat.

Portia White was an opera singer.

The bus inspector looked at all the passengers' passes.

According to Plutarch, the library at Alexandria was destroyed in 48 B.C.

Philosophy is of little comfort to the starving.

A noun canfunction in a sentence as a subject, a direct object, an indirect object, a subject complement, an object complement, an appositive, an adjective or an adverb.

ADJETIVE
An adjective is a word that describes something (a noun). Some adjectives are: big, cold, blue, and silly. One special type of adjective is an article, a word that introduces a noun and also limits or clarifies it; inEnglish, the indefinite articles are a and an, the definite article is the.
Examples:
The lazy dog sat on the rug
The lazy, old, brown dog sat on the rug. 
The lazy, old, brown dog sat on the beautiful, expensive, new rug.

ADJETIVE USAGE
Adjectives are either attributive or predicative. Attributive adjectives appear before the noun (the red car), while predicative adjectives...
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