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									Parts of Speech Review




       Kari Brooks
    6th Language Arts
  The Eight Parts of Speech


Nouns      Pronouns      Verbs      Adjectives




Adverbs   Prepositions Conjunctions Interjections
                  Nouns


       A person, place, thing, or
               idea

– man, John, shopper, President, store, Atlantic
  Ocean, house, movie theater, gift, tree, dog,
  computer, love, strength, hope
                       Pronouns

            Take the place of nouns

• Personal Pronouns……
  – she, it, they, I, me, mine, him, her, their, you

• Demonstrative Pronouns…
  – this, that, these, those
                       Verbs
     Shows action or condition of the person,
             place, thing, or idea
• Action Verbs
  – jump, leap, throw, run, love, hope


• Linking Verbs
  – am, is, are, was, were, appear, seem, smell, remain,


• Helping Verbs
  – have, has, may, does, would, could
                      Adjectives

       Describe nouns and pronouns
Answers What kind? Which one? How many/much?

  pretty,   long, red, big, bright, short, nice, colorful

Articles                    Possessive Adj.
   A,   an, the                his,   her, your, their, our
                    Adverbs
      Describe verbs, adjectives, and adverbs
     Answers Where? When? How? To what extent?


slowly,   quickly, nicely, very, inside,

                                              Test
                                            tomorrow
                   Prepositions
    Relate a noun or pronoun to another
           word in the sentence

   around, in, through, over, beneath, past,
    since, with, out, by, according to,
    on account of
                                     On

                           Beside   Inside   Next to

                                    Under
                     Conjunctions
            Connect words, groups of words,
                 and whole sentences

• Coordinating: and, but, or, for, nor, so, yet
• Correlative:      both…and
                    either…or
                    neither…nor
                    not only…but also
                    whether…or
           Interjections
     Words that express sudden
    excitement or strong feeling

– golly, hey, oh, oops, ouch, well, wow,
  whew
            Oh         Aha
            No!         !
        Name the Part of Speech
me         aha     Both…and   blue

am         girl    tomorrow   and

golly      the     tired      in

for        fell    Oacoma     he
                 Bibliography
http://www.chamberlainsd.org/ (bridge picture)

								
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