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Recognizing The Four Major Parts Of Speech

In grammar there are eight parts of speech which break down into four major parts and four minor parts. A part of speech is a category assigned to a word or a phrase. The four main parts of speech are noun, adjective, adverb and verb. In English, a word can be more than one part of speech depending on how it is used. A noun is a word that is used to name a person (Nicolas), place (Guatemala), thing (television), quality (beauty), action (flight,) or idea (mercy). There are several different kinds of nouns including proper nouns, common nouns and abstract nouns. Proper nouns are used to name specific people, places or things and are capitalized. Dawn Williams, Dawson City and Golden Gate Bridge are all examples of proper nouns. Common nouns refer to all nouns that are not proper and they are not capitalized. Abstract nouns name ideas, qualities and other intangibles. Some of these include words such as fear, happiness and honesty. Adjectives are words that describe, modify or qualify a noun or a pronoun. An ...

 


The sketch pen: an essential item of stationary

Drawing can be one of the most creative ways to express yourself, no matter how old you are! And whilst everyone has a preference about which equipment to use, sketch pens remain extremely popular. They come in bold, vibrant colors, allowing you to highlight words on text, or shade in pencil sketches. There are a wide range of sketch pen varieties to choose from, with some pens that use permanent ink, ideal for writing on surfaces such as wood or glass. Other sketch pens are ideal for puzzle games, or for highlighting documents that are used at school and in the workplace. Because of their numerous uses, sketch pens are popular around the world, and make up an essential part of your stationary equipment. The first sketch pen was patented in 1910, and the design developed in the late 1920s when Benjamin Paskach designed a pen which consisted of a sponged handle with various colors. This type of pen became popular in the mid-20th century and by the 1950s, the sketch pen served a number of different purposes, an...

 


The Amazing Ball Pen!

Despite living in the electronic age of Computers, mobiles and internet, there is still no substitute for pen and paper. Even as you browse the Web, you probably have a pen within easy reach to jot down notes, scribble phone numbers, or even to doodle! Modern ballpoint pens are so inexpensive that we don't even think about them anymore -- you might have a cup on your desk that contains a dozen or so different pens that have wandered in from who knows where!A ballpoint pen is a pen that uses a small rotating ball made of brass, steel or tungsten carbide to disperse ink as you write. All of the pens that preceded the ballpoint used a watery, dark India ink that fed through the pen using capillary action. There were many problems with this technology. For example:The ink used to flow unevenly.The ink was slow to dry. The ink was exposed to the air while it is flowing through the pen, so it would not dry quickly or it would clog the pen.The ball point pen was what the world was waiting for! The epicenter of the ...

 




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