Inferring Meaning with Parts of Speech

Inferring Meaning with Parts of Speech
Inferring Meaning with Parts of Speech
Inferring Meaning with Parts of Speech
Inferring Meaning with Parts of Speech
Inferring Meaning with Parts of Speech
Inferring Meaning with Parts of Speech
Inferring Meaning with Parts of Speech
Inferring Meaning with Parts of Speech
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Have you ever sliggered? Do you have a fritag? Can you sit on a motop? What can you infer about these unknown words? Dr. Seuss had it going on with his wacky vocabulary. Kids loved his mumbo jumbo and could infer meaning without definitions. And they did it because they internalized parts of speech and understood simple sentence structure. This lesson uses a sentence containing nonsense words to demonstrate the different parts of speech and how they work in our language.

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