No, it is a noun, either for the game or the ball used in it. It can be a noun adjunct in terms such as volleyball team and volleyball court.
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No. It is not an adjective. An adjective describes something.
Here are some ideas: if you have a pool, get a pool volleyball net, and play volleyball. If not, set up a volleyball net in your backyard. You could also just play some volleyball wii games, such as deca sports, or big beach challenge. I suggest deca sports.
Yes, it is an adjective.
No it's not a adjective, an adjective is a describing word.
yes, game is a noun, volleyball is an adjective
der Volleyball= volleyball Volleyball spielen= to play volleyball
Yes, there is volleyball at the Olympics but it is only beach volleyball.
A mini volleyball small and a volleyball is much bigger
A volleyball court is a court where you play volleyball.
well it depends on what kind of volleyball you have. an outdoor volleyball is bigger than an indoor volleyball
Yeah, they have regular volleyball and team volleyball.
Sand volleyball, or outdoor volleyball
Beach Volleyball & simple Volleyball..
You mean the ball, the volleyball? To play volleyball of course!