Noun: grammatical category that expresses the things belonging to some class. Designates realities which we conceive as existing or potential itself and not as qualities be applicable to other entities. Kind of inherent gendered words that can work alone or with a decisive, as the subject of prayer. Word variable consists of a root (lexeme), morphemes of gender (masculine / feminine) and morphemes in number (singular / plural). Rating: a) Philosophical (Abstraction (not tangible realities, not appreciated by the senses), Concrete (realities that materialize)) b) Semantics (individual, collective, Common, Proper, animate, inanimate, Accounting, Countless) c) According to its grammatical gender (heteroclitic nouns (with a different root lexical variables), ambiguous nouns (undefined grammatical gender ), 1 single substantive gender (epicene (spider), unchanged (pen)).Features: 1) core noun phrase: a) subject (the book is ..) b) Direct Object (Pedro da milk) c) Attribute (Peter, nice, died) d) Adverbial (I will come on Monday) (Is the corner).
2) term of a prepositional phrase: a) direct and indirect object b) Attribute c) Complement of name, an adjective, an adverb d) Adverbial (time points, mode) Pronoun: The word it replaces, announced or points to name, and the noun phrase nucleus replacement. Performs the same functions that the noun syntax (they eat a lot).Determinants: are parts of speech that accompany the name for that is limited, meaning providing information such as gender, number, position in space, possessing, etc.. Images: 1) Articles: some (the, the, los, las) and indeterminate (a, a, a, a) 2) Demonstration: reality shows and personal space (I / here, you / there, it / there): this, that this ... 3) Possessive: may have fully or apocopate depending on the position you are located (mine / my, your / yours ...) 4) numerals (cardinal (4), ordinal (4th), partitive (fourth), multiple (double)) 5) Indefinite: change quantitatively the noun it loosely attached, inaccurate (no, anyone, anyone, else, another way)