Choose which part of speech the highlighted word is.
Adjectives describe or modify nouns and pronouns. This word is describing the earrings, so it’s an adjective.
Interjections show excitement or emotion and are not connected to the rest of the sentence. Wow is showing amazement or surprise at the score someone has got.
Prepositions show the relationship between nouns or pronouns and other words or elements in the sentence. In this case it is the relationship between the baby and where it crawled to.
Adverbs modify verbs, nouns, and other adverbs. This is modifying the verb packed.
This is an adjective again and it is describing the noun time.
Verbs show actions or states of being. There is no subject in this sentence as it is a command / instruction, so the first word is the verb.
Conjunctions join two or more words, phrases, or clauses together. This subordinating conjunction is joining two clauses.
Pronouns replace nouns. We is replacing the people the speaker is referring to.
A noun specifies people, places, things, or ideas. This noun is a thing, music.
This is a correlative conjunction.