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1 Word Part of Speech Taught Using... Tested and afraid angry another bad big black blue bored brown busy cold cool dark different dirty dry dumb early easy fast favorite first full funny good green grey happy hard hot hungry important last late light little lonely long mad many more naughty new next nice old only orange other VanTatenhove, 2001 page 1

2 pink purple real red right sad same sick silly sure thirsty tired wet white wrong yellow again all right almost already always away backwards forward here indoors just maybe much never not now often once outdoors really so there today together tomorrow tonight very yesterday yet ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad ad VanTatenhove, 2001 page 2

3 Word Part of Speech Taught Using... a article the article article article and conjunction as conjunction because conjunction but conjunction if conjunction or conjunction all any each every none some that these those anybody indefinite pro anyhow indefinite pro anymore indefinite pro anyone indefinite pro anything indefinite pro anytime indefinite pro anyway indefinite pro anywhere indefinite pro every way indefinite pro everybody indefinite pro everyone indefinite pro everything indefinite pro everytime indefinite pro everywhere indefinite pro no more indefinite pro no one indefinite pro no way indefinite pro nowhere indefinite pro nobody indefinite pro nothing indefinite pro somebody indefinite pro somehow indefinite pro somemore indefinite pro someone indefinite pro something indefinite pro someway indefinite pro somewhat indefinite pro somewhere indefinite pro Tested and VanTatenhove, 2001 page 3

4 excuse me good-bye hello let s of course okay oops ouch please sorry surprise thank you well you re welcome yuk yum AAC device afternoon aide animal arn baby back bag body book boy breakfast brother bus class computer day dinner doctor family father food friend girl hip home hour VanTatenhove, 2001 page4

5 house idea job leg lot lunch minute money month morning mother neck night nurse paper part person place problem school sister snack supper thing time toy van way week weekend year Sunday - day Monday - day Tuesday - day Wednesday - day Thursday - day Friday - day Saturday - day January - month February - month March - month April - month May - month June - month July - month August - month September - month October - month VanTatenhove, 2001 page 5

6 November December about after at before by down for from in of off on out to up with am/is/are can could did had may might must should used to was/were will would - month - montn pre pre pre pre pre pre pre pre pre pre pre pre pre VanTatenhove, 2001 page 6

7 I pros-subject you pros-subject he pros-subject she pros-subject it pros-subject we pros-subject they pros-subject me pros-object you pros-object him pros-object her pros-object it pros-object us pros-object them pros-object myself pros-reflexive yourself pros-reflexive himself pros-reflexive herself pros-reflexive itself pros-reflexive ourselves pros-reflexive themselves pros-reflexive my pros-poss adj your pros-poss adj his pros-poss adj her pros-poss adj its pros-poss adj our pros-poss adj their pros-poss adj mine pros-possessive yours pros-possessive his pros-possessive hers pros-possessive its pros-possessive ours pros-possessive theirs pros-possessive how how many how much how old how long however what whatever when whenever where wherever which whichever VanTatenhove, 2001 page 7

8 who whoever whose why ask be bite bring buy call care carry change charge cheat clean comb color come count cry dress eat end feel find finish fix forget get give hate hear help hit hold hurry join laugh learn leave let live look love make VanTatenhove, 2001 page 8

9 meet mind miss move open pick play pull push put read relax remember rest ride run say see show shut sing sit sleep smile stand start stop take talk tell think try turn understand use visit wait wak wash watch win wish work write yell VanTatenhove, 2001 page 9

10 do go have/has know like need want think feel & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase & pro phrase Notes & Comments: VanTatenhove, 2001 page10

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