Creatures that are very sensitive to the changes in the air before a storm can “predict” a change in the weather. Birds, for example, sense the pressure change and fly lower. Low-flying birds, then, indicate that rain is coming. Similarly, houseflies detect this change and move indoors to avoid the downpour. And cats are known to groom themselves just before a storm. In doing so, they are reacting to the static electricity that enters the air before a thunderstorm. The electricity separates their fur and makes them feel dirty, so they lick themselves to make the fur smooth and “clean” again.
I need help doing the parts of speech from the underlined words
Creatures = I think it's a noun. Person, place or thing.
And = Conjunction
"Clean" = Adjective?
Downpour = Noun?
Themselves = I think it's Pronoun??
Sense = Verb?
"a" = Preposition...?
Seperates their: Ummm I know "their" is a pronoun, and "seperates" is a verb. Soooo. Verb?
"Indicate" = IDK Verb?
Themselves just: Themselves = pronoun. Just = Adverb. Sooo... Adverb?
The rest, I'm not sure...