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The Parts of Speech Song

A song that explains nouns, verbs, and adjectives to the tune of "Give It to Me" by Timbaland performed by Mr. Folkes (The last slide is the video!).
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Mr. Folkes

on 20 December 2012

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Transcript of The Parts of Speech Song

Parts of Speech
Every time we make sentences we use some parts of spee-ee-eech.
indefinite pronoun
noun
pronoun
verb
verb
pronoun
plural noun
indefinite pronoun
plural noun
preposition
Umm... ???
NOUNS
VERBS
ADJECTIVES
People
Places
Animals
Things
Somebody, please help me get my girlfriend's ring back from her.
boy
park
hippopotamus
ring
hippopotamus
es
ring
s
boy
s
park
s
How to Escape a
Ring-Stealing
Hippopotamus
and
Her Friends
When you
use a part of speech,
you should know what each is.
There are many more than
nouns
,
verbs
, and
adjectives
.
You should know how to use them...
...before you can abuse them!
Action Verbs
- words that tell what a noun
does
Ex: She
runs
on the field when she
plays
soccer.
State-of-Being Verbs
- words that show a noun
exists
Ex: They
are
happy when he
is
outside.
Action Verbs
State-of-BeingVerbs
Tense Agreement
Number Agreement
People
Places
Animals
Things
Number Agreement
-
shows how many
nouns are doing the verb
Ex: The boy
have
a girlfriend.
The boy
has
a girlfriend.
Tense Agreement
-
tells when
a verb is happening
Ex: The boy
has
a girlfriend.
-- PRESENT TENSE
The boy
had
a girlfriend.
-- PAST TENSE
So, if we see a sentence that has a verb
and a noun, you should be able to point out
those two parts to me now.
verb
noun
When you use a part of speech,
...you should know what each is.
There are many more than
nouns
,
verbs
, and
adjectives
.
You should know how to use them...
...before you can abuse them!
describe nouns
TALL
FAT
HAPPY
(not)
Adjectives
- describe a noun
Ex: She is such a
fast
runner!
He is so
smart
!
Look at that
tall

man
!
Laugh at that
fat

guy
!
That
smart

cat
is crawling on the
round

bat
to chase that mouse into the
green

hat
!
When you use a part of speech,
you should know what each is.

There are many more than
nouns
,
verbs
, and
adjectives
.

You should know how to use them
before you can abuse them.

When you use a part of speech, you should know what each is.
There are many more than nouns, verbs, and adjectives.
You should know how to use them...
...before you can abuse them!
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