PARTS OF SPEECH
Noun Nouns are the names of people animals and things.
e. g. Mario, cat, chair
Pronoun They substitute the nouns
e. g. Mario is anarchitect----- He is an architect
the students take an English class----- they take it
Article Indefinite articles a, an and definite article the
We use a before nounsthat start with a consonant: a dog
We use an before nouns that start with a vowel sound:
We use the before singular or plural nouns
e.g. the car or the carsWe use the when we talk about something specific
Preposition Prepositions indicate a relation between things mentioned in a sentence.
e.g. the food is on the tableThe man is standing at the door
Adjective Adjectives describe nouns, e.g. a big house
They don’t have a plural form ----- there are some big houses
And have thesame form in all genders:
a tall boy, a tall girl
Adverb Adverbs describe verbs and adjectives
E.g. the girl sang beautifully. (How did she sing? Beautifully)
E.g. thehouse is surprisingly big.
Modal Modal verbs are combined with other verbs in their base form. There are many modal verbs; they have the same form in all persons.
e.g. I canswim very fast
They should study hard for the exam
Verb The verbs are the actions that nouns perform.
e.g. The teacher explains the class
Kate runs in thepark
Conjunction They link clauses, words, phrases, sentences, etc.
E.g. I like apples, bananas and oranges.
She didn’t go to class because she was sick.John is busy, but he will call you
Interjection An interjection is a word that expresses strong emotion in a sentence, they are short exclamations: oh, well, uh, ah, ouch, etc