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Parts of Speech JeopardyNoun 20 points 30 points 40 points 50 points Verb Article Adverb Preposition Adjective
Question: Noun for 20 pointsWhat is a noun?
Answer: Noun for 20 PointsA noun is a person, place, thing, quality or idea.
Question: Noun for 30 pointsGive an example of a person noun.
Answer: Noun for 30 points:Examples: teacher, sister, baker, etc.
Question: Noun for 40 pointsGive examples of a place noun and a thing noun.
Answer: Noun for 40 PointsExample: park, mall, theater, pencil, shoe, computer etc.
Question: Noun for 50 pointsGive examples of quality and idea nouns.
Answer: Noun for 50 pointsExamples: wish, dream, wisdom
Question: Verb for 20 PointsWhat is a verb?
Answer: Verb for 20 PointsA verb shows action, state of being, or links the subject to the predicate.
Question: Verb for 30 pointsIn which part of a sentence does the verb belong?
Answer: Verb for 30 PointsA verb is in the predicate.
Question: Verb for 40 pointsIn the following sentence, which word is the action verb? The children ran around the yard all afternoon.
Answer: Verb for 40 pointsRan is the action verb.
Question: Verb for 50 pointsGive 3 examples of helping verbs.
Answer: Verb for 50 pointsExamples: is, are, must, etc.
Question: Article for 20 pointsArticles always appear before what part of speech?
Answer: Article for 20 pointsArticles appear before nouns.
Question: Article for 30 pointsWhat are the three articles?
Answer: Article for 30 pointsa, an, the
Question: Article for 40 pointsWhen do you use “a” in front of a noun, and when do you use “an”?
Answer: Article for 40 pointsUse “a” in front of nouns that start with consonants and “an” in front of nouns that start with vowels.
Question: Article for 50 pointsAn article is a special form of what other part of speech?
Answer: Article for 50 pointsAdjective
Question: Adjective for 20 pointsWhat part of speech does an adjective tell about (modify)?
Answer: Adjective for 20 pointsNoun
Question: Adjective for 30 pointsWhat three things do adjectives tell about a noun?
Answer: Adjective for 30 pointswhich, how many, what kind
Question: Adjective for 40 pointsGive examples of each kind of adjective: which, how many, what kind
Answer: Adjective for 40 pointswhich: first how many: few what kind: soft
Question: Adjective for 50 pointsIdentify the adjective(s) in the following sentence: The smart detective figured out the cat burglar’s plan.
Answer: Adjective for 50 pointssmart cat
Question: Adverb for 20 pointsWhat parts of speech does an adverb describe (modify)?
Answer: Adverb for 20 pointsverbs, adjectives, and other adverbs
Question: Adverb for 30 pointsWhat three things do adverbs tell?
Answer: Adverb for 30 pointshow, where, when
Question: Adverb for 40 pointsGive examples of each kind of adverb: how where when
Answer: Adverb for 40 pointshow: quietly when: tomorrow where: there
Question: Adverb for 50 pointsIdentify the adverb(s) in the following sentence: The girl quickly hid the cookie when her mom walked into the room.
Answer: Adverb for 50 pointsquickly when
Question: Preposition for 20 pointsWhat relationship does a preposition show?
Answer: Preposition for 20 pointsA preposition shows the relationship between the subject and rest of the sentence.
Question: Preposition for 30 pointsWhat is the usual form of a prepositional phrase?
Answer: Preposition for 30 pointspreposition—article—noun
Question: Preposition for 40 pointsA prepositional phrase will never contain what two sentence parts?
Answer: Preposition for 40 pointssubject and predicate
Question: Preposition for 50 pointsGive three examples of prepositional phrases.
Answer: Preposition for 50 points…over the hill …behind a tree …for an assignment
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