The Eight Parts of Speech in English

The Eight Parts of Speech in English

The Eight Parts of Speech in English



The Eight Parts of Speech in English The Eight Parts of Speech in English



The Eight Parts of Speech in English The Eight Parts of Speech in English The Eight Parts of Speech in English The Eight Parts of Speech in English The Eight Parts of Speech in English

Parts of Speech – Noun

A noun names a person, place, things or idea.

Examples

dog, cat, horse, student, teacher, apple, Mary and etc…

Example Sentences

  • They live in Madrid.
  • This is my cat.



Parts of Speech – Verb

A verb is a word or group of words that describes an action, experience.

Examples

realize, walk, see, look, sing, sit, listen and etc…

Example Sentences

  • I like apple.
  • Come in please.

 

Parts of Speech – Adverb

An adverb tells how often, how, when, where. It can describe a verb, an adjective or an adverb.

Examples

loudly, always, never, late, soon etc…

Example Sentences

  • My cat eats quickly.
  • She spoke softly.

 

Parts of Speech – Adjective

An adjective describes a noun or pronoun.

Examples

red, tall, fat, long, short, blue, beautiful, sour, bitter and etc…

Example Sentences

  • We like big cake.
  • I have three pencils.

 

Parts of Speech – Preposition

A preposition is used before a noun, pronoun, or gerund to show place, time, direction in a sentence.

Examples

at, in, on, about, to, for, from, out, of, after and etc…

Example Sentences

  • She was hiding under the table.
  • There is some milk in the fridge.

 

Parts of Speech – Conjunction

Conjuntions join words or groups of words in a sentence.

Examples

and, because, therefore, moreover, since, or, so, until, but and etc…

Example Sentences

  • I am very hungry, but the fridge is empty.
  • I was watching tv when she came in.

 

Parts of Speech – Pronoun

Pronouns replace the name of a person, place, thing or idea in a sentence.

Examples

he, she, it, we, they, him, her, this, that and etc…

Example Sentences

  • He is very clever.
  • 12th September is the date that I was born.

 

Parts of Speech – Interjection

Interjections express strong emotion and is often followed by an exclamation point.

Examples

Bravo! Well! Aha! Hooray! Yeah! Oops! Phew! and etc…

Example Sentences

  • Wow! What a beautiful car!
  • Oh no, I can’t believe that it is snowing here again!

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