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Identify the Parts of Speech

Another important skill is identifying the parts of speech of a sentence or passage.

What is the function of the term?

Is it a verb?

How about a conjunction?

Or a preposition?

There are nine parts of speech:

nouns, pronouns, verbs,

adverbs, adjectives, conjunctions,

prepositions, interjections, and articles.

Look for the parts of speech!

Understanding the combination of parts of speech that make up a sentence will most certainly help you understand what the author is saying.

For those who desire more, consider a deeper Bible study by examining the parts of speech in the Hebrew or Greek text, which the Bible translation is based on, to understand the subtle nuances of the author.

Skill Builder examples:

Assembling words together to communicate ideas and concepts

What does it mean: "Be angry, and yet do not sin?"

Preface to A Manual Grammar of the Greek New Testament

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Break Down the Sentence Structure

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Define Words and Terms

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