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Parts Of speech

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Jarita Halonen

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Adjectives
Verbs
Adverbs
Prepositions
It's a word that shows the connection from one word to another like...
Pronouns
The Parts of speech
By Jarita Halonen
Welcome!
Conjunctions
Interjections
direct objects
indirect objects
Today you will learn about
Pronouns
Adjectives
Verbs
Adverbs
Prepositions
Conjunctions
Interjections
Nouns
and more
Subjects
Predicates
Direct Objects
Indirect Objects
Now Let's Begin!
Nouns
Works cited
The end!
A noun is a
Person
Place
Thing
Idea
Ex. Teacher
Ex. School
Ex. Pencil
Ex. Love
To find a noun in a sentence look for a person, place, thing, or idea.
For example:
The
dog
ran.
The noun in this sentence is dog
A Dog is a thing
A pronoun is a word that you use in place of one or more nouns. Like...
He
She
They
That
An adjective describes a noun or pronoun. Words like...
The
A
Red
Beautiful
They tell
So in a sentence, they are the words describing a noun or pronoun.
A verb shows action or a state of being. There are...
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To find a pronoun look for a word that resembles a noun.
For example, instead of:
They
watched
her
skateboard.
They and her are pronouns.
Pronouns are another way of saying a specific noun.
Dan and Sally watched Carla skateboard.
Try:
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Which one,
What kind,
and how many.
for example:
The tiger
shark swam through the
deep blue
ocean.
The
and
tiger
describes shark,
deep
and
blue
describes ocean
The, tiger, deep, and blue are all adjectives.
Action verbs
Linking verbs
Helping verbs
ex. run
ex. Is
ex. could have
to find the verb in a sentence look for a word that shows action or a state of being
For example:
You
should go
home and
study
.
In this sentence should, go and study are verbs.
"Should" is a helping verb that is helping "go."
Study is an action, therefore a verb
An adverb modifies, or describes, a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
It answers:
Where?
When?
How?
To what extent?
ex. here
ex. immediately
ex. suddenly
ex. rarely
To find an adverb look for a word that describes an adjective, verb or adverb, and answers where, when, how, or to what extent
For example:
The accident occurred
suddenly
.
Suddenly describes how the accident occurred.
Suddenly is an adverb
Above
Below
Around
Through
to find a preposition in a sentence look for a word that shows a connection between words that relate to space or time.
For example:
The duck was
in
the box.
In
shows the connection between duck and box.
in is a preposition.
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A word used to join words or groups of words together
A trick to remember them by is FANBOYS
F
or
A
nd
N
or
B
ut
O
r
Y
et
S
o
to find a conjunction in a sentence look for one of fanboys, and a word that connects two or more word together.
For example:
He bought a kitten
and
a puppy.
And
is one of the words from FANBOYS.
It connects kitten and puppy
And is a conjunction
A word used to express emotion
For example:
Wow!
Yes!
Yikes!
Ow!
To find an interjection in a sentence look for a word that expresses emotion. A tip is the sentence will normally end with an exclamation point, or a comma will follow directly after the interjection.
For example:
Oh no
, I left it in the car!
Oh and no express emotion.

The sentence ends in a exclamation point
Oh and no are interjections.
Subjects/Predicates
The subject tells you who or what the sentence is about and is normally at the beginning.
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The predicate tells you what the subject does and is normally at the end.
To find the subject look for who or what the sentence is abut.
To find the predicate look for what the subject does.
For example:
Tom

chased Jerry around the room.
Here the subject is Tom, he is who the sentence is about.
Chased Jerry around the room is the predicate because that is what Tom, the subject, did.
A direct object is the noun, pronoun, or word group that receives the action of the verb. It answers who or what.
For example:
Benedict and Martin collect

clues
.
To find the direct object in a sentence look for word or word group that receives the action of the verb.
Clues is receiving the action of collect.
Clues is the direct object.
Indirect objects are nouns, pronouns, or word groups that sometimes appear in sentences with direct objects.
http://www.sinclair.edu/centers/tlc/pub/handouts_worksheets/grammar_punctuation_writing/objects_direct_indirect_and_subject_complements2.pdf
In a sentence they are located between the action verb and the direct object
Follow these guidelines to fine the indirect object in a sentence:
The sentence must have a direct object.
The verb in the sentence must be an action verb.
They answer to whom or for whom
For example:
Mrs. Rawlings gave the
students
a prize.
Students
answers who Mrs. Rawlings gave a prize to.
It is in between the verb, gave, and the direct object, prize.
Students is the indirect object.
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