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Parts of Speach

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Jasmine Albrecht

on 28 August 2012

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Transcript of Parts of Speach

Nouns Name a person, place, thing or idea Common Proper ex: chair
boy gives a general name gives a specific name Parts of Speech Pronouns -words that replace nouns ex:
Josh and Zia
book she
it The girl lost her book. Can you help her find it? Verbs -states an action or state of being run
dance Action: Past Present tought teach ran run (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Being/linking: (LV) am
was Future will teach -describe or modify a verb, an adjective, another adverb I know she is very careful.
("very" modifies adjective "careful") He is almost always hungry.
('almost' modifies adverb 'always') -a word that describes or modifies a noun or a pronoun. Adjective -usually an adjective comes in front of the noun it is describing. The big balloon floated over the dark sea. Adverbs He walked quickly.
("quickly" modifies verb "walked") Conjunctions -are words that connect two sentences together. FANBOYS! For
So John likes to read, but he hates writing. Preposition shows relationships among other words in the sentence. The relationships include direction, place, time, cause, manner and amount. He walked to the store. The cat hid under the table Interjections -are words or phrases used to exclaim or protest or command. Wow! Hey! Ouch! No! Sometimes they stand by them selves Sometimes they are set off by a comma when the emotion is not as strong. Oh, I am sorry! No, you should not have done that. Articles -are used before singular countable nouns. a an the will run YELLOW YELLOW (Pro) Yellow (pro) Yellow (pro) Orange Purple BLUE Brown GREEN BLACK RED Prepositional Phrases
Starts with a preposition
Set of with Parenthesis
(To the store)
Tom and Jim went (to the store).
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