PARTS OF SPEECH (Nouns (Types (Proper Nouns and Common Nouns (Proper:…
PARTS OF SPEECH
It is a word used to modify a noun.
A and AND
amazing magazine yesterday.
Proper Nouns and Common Nouns
Proper: specifi Common: generic.
It can be formed by adding "s" or "es"
Nouns which possess something.
It's a word that names something.
, likes pizza.
The pizza is
It is a word that replaces a noun in a sentence.
Subject pronouns are often (but not always) found at the beginning of a sentence.
I, YOU, HE, SHE, IT, WE, THEY.
Object pronouns indicate the recipient of an action or motion.
ME, YOU, HIM, HER, IT, US, THEM.
They refer to a previously named or understood noun.
MY, YOURS, HIS, HER, ITS, OUR, THEIR.
These are the ones that end in “self” or "selves."
MYSELF, YOURSELF, HIMSELF, HERSELF, ITSELF, OURSELVES, THEMSELVES.
These pronouns are used to connect a clause or phrase to a noun or pronoun.
WHO, WHOM, WHICH, THAT, WHOSE, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, WHAT.
Adjectives are words that modify (change) nouns, pronouns and other adjectives.
He is wearing an
expensive, long, brown, Italian cotton
I bought a
beautiful, long, red, Italian, silk
My father lives in a
lovely, gigantic, ancient, brick
Action and Stative
Stative: They are verbs that are not actions.
It can be releated with opinions and believes. Example: I know the answer.
They express activities, processes, momentary actions or physical conditions. Example:
I cook in the kitchen.
Transitive and Intransitive
Transitive: It is used with a object, it refers the person or thing that is affected by the action of the verb: Example: She
Intransitive: It does not have a object. Example: The baby
Regular and Irregular
Add "ed" at the end of the verb.
They don't follow the normal rules, they change completely.
An adverb is a word that modifies a verb, it describes or tell more about them.
It says something about how it happen. For example: Can you move it
When does it happen. For example: I never get up
at the weekends.
Where does it happen. For example: When we got
, the tickets had sold out.
How often does it happen. For example: I'm
losing my keys.
In what way does it happen. For example: It's
cold, isn't it?
It is a word which expresses relationship of a noun or a pronoun to other words of the sentence.
In front of
I will always be here
He is playing
the people have pets.
Conjunctions are words asjoiners or connectors of sentences, clauses, words or phrases.
These conjuntions join equals to one another. Example: We could go to get ice cream,
we could go to get pizza.
It indicates cause-and-effect relationship or a contrast. Example: I wen to the doctor
in spite of
They work together to show the relationship between two things in a sentence. Example:
Switzerland is in the European Union.
Interjections express emotions or sudden bursts of feelings.
It may express:
! I have passed the exam.
! The exams are over.
! That's really great news.
! I'm never doing that again.
! I'm never doing that again.
! Now we can go.
! You failed.
! Stop messing with me.
! The monter's got me.
! That hurt.
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