Presentation on theme: "In your notebooks make a list of the following for your MadLib. The number next to the part of speech indicates how many of each word you need. Plural."— Presentation transcript:
In your notebooks make a list of the following for your MadLib. The number next to the part of speech indicates how many of each word you need. Plural Noun – 1 Interjection – 2 Past tense verb – 2 Preposition - 1 Adverb – 2 Conjunction - 2 Adjective – 3 Pronoun - 3 Proper Noun – 1 You have already learned nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. Let’s see if you are familiar with the other four parts of speech: prepositions, conjunctions, pronouns, and interjections.
Under the Grammar tab of your notebook, copy down the MadLib below, filling in the words you pre-selected. 8 Parts of Speech You have already learned nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. Let’s see if you are familiar with the other four parts of speech: prepositions, conjunctions, pronouns, and interjections. (Interjection!) I cannot believe that my first week of high school is behind me, (conjunction) the week (past tense verb) by so (adverb). My best friend (proper noun) and (pronoun) got into a (adjective) fight, (conjunction) everything turned out alright. Lunch was a (noun). The table of (plural noun) (preposition) us were talking really (adverb) about all the (adjective) boys on campus, but (pronoun) just (past tense verb) them. Overall, it was a (adjective) week. (Interjection!)
So, what is the function of those different parts of speech? Replace a noun (he, she, it, they…) Short exclamation (Ouch! Hi, my name is Alex. Well, I’m not sure.) Used to join clauses, sentences or words together (and, or, but, so, because…) Links a noun to another word (to, at, on, from, of…)
8 Parts of Speech – Block Day Warm-Up Unscramble the following sentence as best you can. Once you think you have it, label the parts of speech. the evil teacher on his desk the next morning assigns us Urg! work daily and expects it by 8:00
Unscrambled sentence Urg! The evil teacher assigns us work daily and expects it on his desk by 8:00 in the morning. Int. adj. noun pro. verb noun pro. prep. con. prep. adv. prep.
8 Parts of Speech – Friday Warm-Up Look back at your sentence from yesterday about the evil teacher. It contains all eight parts of speech. Write your own imitation sentence that contains all eight parts of speech. Be sure to label all the parts.