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Functions of Noun:
1) as Subject
   Terry is inquiring on the status of her passport application.

2) As Vocative/Direct Address
   That was a good question, Terry.

3)  As Direct Object
    Mom and Dad loves Terry.

4.) As Indirect Object
      Her sister bought  Terry a birthday present.
      (Terry is the indirect object, present is the direct object)

5.) As Objective Complement
    The class elected Terry president.

6.) As Subject Complement
     Terry is the class president.

7) As Object of Preposition
    I borrowed a Harry Potter book from Terry.
 
8).  As Appositive
      Their beautiful daughter, Terry, won the dance competition.
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