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Transcript
PARTS OF SPEECH
English - Grade 6
NOUN
- A word that names a person, a
place, a thing, or an idea.
Proper nouns name a particular person,
place, thing or idea and begin with a capital
letter. (United States, June, and Lowes)
Common nouns do not name a particular
person, place or thing and do not need
capitalization. (country, month, and school)
PRONOUNS
- A word used instead of a
noun. It is a substitute for a
noun.
Jim outran the animals.
He outran them.
Other examples: (he, him, his, she, her, hers,
and it)
VERB
- The
main word in the predicate of a
sentence that expresses action or
being.
Action verbs tell what the subject does.(sing)
Verb phrases are verbs made up of more than one
word. (is studying)
Other verbs are called
have)
helping or auxiliary verbs. (has,
PREPOSITION
- A word that shows the relationship
between a noun and some other word in
the sentence.
Tip: Any way that you can throw a ball would be a
preposition. (up, down, in, out, and through)
ADJECTIVE
- A word that describes or modifies a
noun or pronoun.
One adjective can change the meaning of a whole
sentence.
It was a boring day. It was an exciting day.
An adjective can tell what kind, which one, or how
many.
ADVERB
- A word that describes or modifies a verb,
adjective or another adverb.
Adverbs that modify verbs answer:
How? (slowly)
Where? (outside)
When? (later)Or
To what extent? (thoroughly)
Hey! I
INTERJECTION
need help,
please!
- A word or words that show feeling.
If it stands alone, it is followed by an
exclamation point. (Hey!)
If it begins a sentence, it is set off by a
comma. (Well, I never knew that.)
CONJUNCTION
- A word that connects words
or groups of words.
I am going to the store
Conjunctions
work…
and by the bank.
like a
bridge.
Don’t forget the eight
parts of speech are:
nouns, pronouns, verbs,
prepositions, adjectives,
adverbs,
interjections….and what’s
the last one?
Ha, Ha, Ha….I
remember. It’s a
conjunction!