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IVAN CAPP - The Eight Parts of Speech

A refresher about the meanings and examples of the eight parts of speech we use in our daily writing.
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Brenna Johnson

on 18 June 2013

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Transcript of IVAN CAPP - The Eight Parts of Speech

IVAN CAPP:
The Eight Parts
of Speech

By Mrs. Johnson
An interjection is an emotional outburst.
Interjection
Shows action or a state of being.
Verb
Show physical or mental action
Action verbs
Physical Examples:
run
jump
skip
hop
sing
dance
type
eat
Mental Examples:

think
wonder
remember
presume
ponder
Modify (describe) nouns and answer the following questions:
1. Which one?
2. How many?
3. What kind?
Adjectives
Be Verbs
is, are, was, were, am, be, been
A person, place, thing, or idea.
Noun
red
blue
green
happy
sixty-seventh
quick-minded
Connects words, phrases, or clauses in a sentence.
Conjunction
Coordinating Conjunctions:
and
or
nor
but
for
yet
so
Preposition
Pronoun
take the place of a noun or another pronoun in a sentence
I, you, he, she, it
we, they, my, your,
his, her, our, their
shows the relationship between words in a sentence
around, behind, next to,
on, with, under
Answers questions
1. When
2. Where
3. To what degree or extent?
4. In what manner? (How?)
Examples:
by the river
quickly
tomorrow
yesterday
The End!
This has been a Mrs. Johnson production.
Subordinating Conjunctions:

although
because
since
unless
until
whenever
wherever

These are used in complex or compound-complex sentences.
ADVERB


modifies (describes) verbs,
adjectives, or other adverbs
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