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The Nine Parts of Speech
Verbs
• Action Verb: tells what the subject does.  run, walk, jump
• Linking Verbs: tell what the subject is or links the subject with a
word or words that describe it. has, have, had, do, does, did
Nouns
• Common Nouns: name a whole group or general person, place,
thing, or idea. state, school, table, chair
• Proper Nouns: name a specific person, place, thing, or idea. 
Missouri, Central High School, Emily
Pronouns: a word that replaces and refers to a noun. he, she, it, they
Adjectives: words that modify, or describe, a noun or pronoun. 
pretty, stormy, dark
Adverb: words that modify, or describe, a verb, an adjective, or another
adverb.  slowly, very, quickly
Conjunctions: join together words and phrases.  for, and, nor, but,
or, yet, so
Interjections: words used to express emotional states. oh, ouch,
wow, oops, hey
Prepositions: words that, like conjunctions, connect a noun or pronoun
to another word in a sentence. about, before, down, into through
Articles: signal that a noun is going to follow.  the, a, an.