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1Parts of Speech Review There are 8 parts of speech. They are easy to remember if you remember them in pairs:Noun and Verb (two main parts of a sentence)Adjective and Adverb (both describe and begin with”A”)Pronoun and Preposition (both begin with “P”)Conjunction and Interjection (the lease commonly used, both end in “ction”)
2Noun A Person, Place, Thing or Idea. Example: friend, love, mansion, courage, extinction, foot, hamster, time, Paris, school, book, teacher, ability.Complete the sentence below by filling in the blanks with nouns.______, ______ went to ______ to try to find ______ that would be suitable for his _____ which was coming up in _____ and would take place at ______.
3Pronoun Words that replace nouns. Nouns Pronouns Every noun you can think of can be replaced with a more general pronounExamplesNouns Pronounsgirl she, her, someone, somebodyfriends them, they, some, theirhouse it, thatMs. Shope me, my, mine, she, her, Icourage it, somethingstudent it, him, his, her, each, sheJane went to the beach but _____ was too cold so _____ went back home and called _____ friend Tom. _____ was watching _____ favorite TV show. Jane decided _____ would go over and watch _____ with _____.
4Verb Action words; forms of “to be.” Example: The Verb tells what the subject is doing.Example:Mike ran around the backstop.Maria sold her favorite book.They helped the woman across the street.I am happy.She is in the attic.We went to the store to buy apples.Earl Warren won the game on Friday.After _____ for hours, the fisherman finally ____ a tug on his line. He _____ and ____ and finally _____ the large fish. He then _____ the fish while he _____.
5Adjective Words that describe (modify) nouns or pronouns. Add adjectives below:The ________ boy won the contest.She is ________ whenever she is at school._____ is the best way to describe homework.We ate a _____ meal before going to the concert.Yesterday was the _____ day of my life.Can you think of 5 adjective to describe yourself?
6AdverbWords that describe (modify) verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. They usually answer how, when or to what degree. They often end in “ly.”slowly perfectlyvery yesterdaygently expertlyreally nevertoo brieflynot seriously
7Preposition Words that show position or direction. (Everywhere a squirrel can be in relation to a log!)UponInsideBelowNext ToAsideOnUnderWithinOfAroundNearToForDuring
8Conjunction For And Nor But Or Yet So Words that connect other words, phrases or clauses.ForAndNorButOrYetSoNeither…NorEither…OrNot Only… But Also
9Interjection Words of strong emotion. (Usually followed by an exclamation point.Hey!Wow!Oops!Well,Whoops!