A Sentence with All 8 Parts of Speech?

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There are 8 parts of speech and they are interjections, adjectives, nouns, verbs, pronouns, adverbs, conjunctions, and prepositions. It wouldn't be easy to write a sentence using every part of speech, but it can be done. An example of a sentence using all eight parts of speech is, 'Egads! The mean professor assigned us work daily and wants it on his desk by seven every morning.' Egads is the interjection, mean is the adjective, professor is the noun, assigned is the verb, it is the pronoun, daily is the adverb, the conjunction is and, and this leaves the word on as the preposition.
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