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PARTS OF SPEECH BY: SOUMYA CHAPPIDI. NOUNS Nouns carry important information in a sentence and complete sentences require a noun.

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1 PARTS OF SPEECH BY: SOUMYA CHAPPIDI

2 NOUNS Nouns carry important information in a sentence and complete sentences require a noun.

3 COMMON NOUNS 1) General name for a person, place, thing, or idea. 2) not capitalized

4 PROPER NOUNS 1) name of particular person, place, thing, or idea 2) always capitalized

5 COLLECTIVE NOUNS 1) words that name a group of people of things 2) names specific groups

6 1)POSSESSIVE NOUNS 1) form of a noun shows ownership of relationship 2) add apostrophe

7 COMPOUND NOUNS 1) made of two or more words together as a single noun 2) may be single, two or more separate words, or hyphenated

8 VERBS Verbs show what the noun/subject is doing.

9 TO BE VERBS Verbs that don’t show that much action. EX. Am, is, are, was, were, been, being, has been, had been, will be.

10 ADJECTIVES An adjective describes or modifies a noun. It answers one of the following questions: What kind? How many? Or which one?

11 ARTICLES Articles indicate/warn that a noun is coming. The three articles are: a, an, the.

12 ADVERBS Adverbs answer one of the following questions: How? When? Or to what extent?

13 PREPOSITIONS Prepositions show the relationship of one thing to another.

14 CONJUNCTIONS A conjunction is a rod/nail/peg used to join words or groups of words.

15 PRONOUN A pronoun is a word that is used in place of a common or proper noun.

16 BIBLIOGRAPHY nouns.jpg +nouns.jpg l_high_school_re_collective_nouns_1_3904ddf605ab96d40_ jpg l_high_school_re_collective_nouns_1_3904ddf605ab96d40_ jpg

17 THE END!!!!!!!


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