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Same Word but Different Part of Speech

Same Word but Different Part of Speech
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It is often confusing to students when they see a word that is exactly the same as another word, yet is used different. This page gives example of words that can be used as a noun or a verb (dream, place, double). On the bottom of the page, students are asked to identify the parts of speech for Psalm 119:114. (You are my hiding place and my shield; I hope in your word.)
See www.bibleandenglish.com for more resources and information.
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Same Word but Different Part of Speech