1.The mom notice a sprinkled red reckless on the patients body.?

2.The mom currently is giving nebulizers at home two to three times per day. 3. The patient was previously self treated with Reglan, but mom stopped it because she did not think it was helping. The long-suffering had been voiding normally. I involve to know all the nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs.
Answers:
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Nouns are people, places, things, or ideas (like love, hope, dependence, etc.). If you can see, touch, taste, or smell something/someone, or believe in it (an idea), it's a noun.

Pronouns are words like he, she, it, I, etc. that replace nouns. The mom notice that the mom had left the mom's pocketbook in the front form of the mom's car when the mom wen to the store would just be redundant...so we replace many instances of "the mom" beside pronouns.

Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns. The frazzled mom notice that she had left her shiny, brown pocketbook surrounded by the front seat of her new red car when she go to the packed grocery store.

Verbs are actions or states of being. States of individual are usually forms of to be - is, are, am, were, was, etc. Otherwise, if it's something you can DO, it's a verb.

Adverbs describe verbs and adjectives - they tell how much, how far, how very well, or just plain how. Many of them end in "ly".

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