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Th form classes of language are the linguisitic units of [[language]] used in [[syntactic analysisi]].
Th form classes of language are the linguisitc units of [[language]] used in [[syntactic analysisi]]. These would include:
==Functional classification==
Common ways of delimiting words by function include:
* '''[[Open word classes]]:'''
**[[Verbs]] (except [[auxiliary verbs]])
* '''[[Closed word classes]]:'''
**[[Auxiliary verb]]s
**[[Grammatical conjunction|conjunction]]s
**[[Determiner (class)|Determiner]]s ([[article (grammar)|article]]s, [[quantifier]]s, [[demonstrative adjective]]s, and [[possessive adjective]]s)
**[[grammatical particle|particle]]s
**[[Measure word]]s
**[[Adposition]]s (prepositions, postpositions, and circumpositions)
**[[Contraction (grammar)|Contraction]]s
**[[Names of numbers in English#Cardinal numbers|Cardinal numbers]]
==See also==
==See also==

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