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Help with this little girl's homework?

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July 18, 2019 / By Flore
Question: I babysit this child who is in 6th grade, anyhow, she asked me for help with her English homework but I completely forgot all this criteria from 8 or 9 years back, of anyone could help me with it and how to explain it to her would be great, this is a scan I took of the paper: http://i12.tinypic.com/4u8zwok.jpg No i mean since I was a kid nouns were like people and things, now they are like ideas, subjunctive relations, theorhetical equations and god knows what else lol. I found the basics, I just need help pin pointing the others, its 4:00 p.m. here and the little girl's parents get back at 6:00 and she has to have her homework done by that hour.
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Dalilah Dalilah | 2 days ago
Nouns are people, places, or things, and they are either common (could apply to many of the same thing) or proper (name a specific thing or person and are capitalized). Adjectives describe nouns. Verbs are action words, or describe a state of being. Adverbs describe verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. Prepositions are "anywhere a cat can go", like under, over, on top of, beside, etc. Articles are the, a, and an. Those are the basics. Remember now? To start you off, the first few nouns would be people, hours, sleep, Edison, man, schedule, life. I'm sure you can do the rest. If in doubt about a word, ask yourself "Is this a thing or person?" If so, it's a noun.
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Dalilah Originally Answered: If I were to tell a girl that I want to do her like I do my homework.?
Hmmm...perhaps you should try a couple hot pick up lines. For example: Hey my name is pogo, ya wanna jump on my stick? That always works for me. Good luck. Oh, and work on your dance moves.

Blanid Blanid
I would help you, but that would constitute as cheating, and if you are going to give that little girl the answers than that is not helping her. I mean you can give her hints as to what a noun is and everything, but if you completly give he the answer then I don't think anybody should tell you the answers. Don't cheat!!!!
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Airla Airla
all you need to know is that a noun is a person, place or thing. for example Thomas Edison, spain or notebook. and a pronoun is a word that is used in olce of anoun. for example he, she, it ,them etc.
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Topher Topher
i dont even know what grade you are in but that is too easy? oh my, 8 years, you must be in college! if you are in college and don't know what nouns are then you are in trouble!
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Reagan Reagan
YOU DON'T KNOW NOUNS?!?! ARE YOU KIDDING? Person, Place, Thing, or idea, Mom, Wal-mart, Puppy, etc. Pronouns are generalized nouns, he, she, it, etc.
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Reagan Originally Answered: Should I let a girl I like copy my homework?
No. She's just using you. It's not good for her and it's not good for you. Letting her copy your homework is NOT being nice -- it's being a pushover. Being NICE would be explaining the work if she needs help so she can learn it and do it on her own. EDIT: Max -- It's CHEATING. That's WRONG. Nuff said.

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