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8 Parts of Speech

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Transcript of 8 Parts of Speech

Adverbs
Describe verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs
Pronouns
Words that replace nouns
Adjectives
Describe nouns
8 Parts of Speech
Nouns

Nouns
Person, place, thing, feeling, idea, or quality.
Pronouns
Verbs
Adjectives
Adverbs
Prepositions
Conjunctions
Interjections
Verbs
Action
Prepositions
words that come before nouns or pronouns that tell location or time or show possession.
Conjunctions
words that connect words, groups of words or sentences together
Interjections
words that are used to exclaim or protest or command
Nouns as people
man


woman


child
teacher


student


doctor

Kelly


Jasmine


Veronica
Nouns as places
Nouns as things
cat


dog


mouse
car


chair


pencil
Nouns as feelings
Anger
Happiness
Fear
Nouns as ideas
thoughts
dreams
Nouns as qualities
Courage
Beauty
Confidence
State of being
Action Verbs
run
walk
sit
dance
write
speak
State of being verbs
am

is

are
was

were
be

being

been
Helping Verbs
be

have

do

can

could

may

might
will

would

shall

should

must

ought to
Linking Verbs
be (am, is, are)

become

seem
I

me

you

we
us

they

them

he
him

she

her

it
Kelly wants to teach today.
I
Can you help Kelly?
me
The student is learning about English grammar.
You
are
blue
flower
green
apples
beautiful
view
Adverb describing a verb
He drove
slowly
Adverb describing an adjective
He drove a
very
fast car.
Adverb describing another adverb
She moved
quite

slowly
across the room
Adverbs answer the questions:
When?
Where?
How?
In what manner?
He ran
yesterday
.
He ran
here
.
He ran
quickly
.
He ran
fastest
.
Prepositions that tell location
I work
on
21st St.
My book is
under
my chair.
The plate is
in
the sink.
I am going
to
the store.
Prepositions that tell time
Class starts
at
9:30 A.M.
We have class
on
Monday and
Wednesday.
We will enroll again
in
August.
Prepositions that show possession
The book belongs
to
me
The front
of
the classroom has a whiteboard.
Common prepositions:
about

above

across

after

against

along

among

around

at

before

behind
below

beneath

beside

between

by

down

during

except

for

from

in
in front of

inside

instead of

into

like

near

of

off

on

onto

on top of
out of

outside

over

past

since

through

to

toward

under

underneath

until
until

up

upon

with

within

without
Conjunctions
and
but
so
or
yet
for
nor
Jasmine
and
I are here to help.
I practiced Spanish over the break
but
not as much as I should have.
I am working on my Spanish again,
so
I may need to ask you questions to make sure I understand.
Interjections that exclaim
Brrr!
It's cold outside.
Oh
, I didn't know that.
Interjections that protest
Aw
! I don't want to go grocery shopping!
No
, you can't say that word.
Interjections that command
Stop
! I told you not to do that!
Shhh
! Be quiet.
Adjective examples
small
dog
big
dog
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