2 Noun Markers The A An Three words warn you that a NOUN is coming At a railroad crossing, flashing red lights warn that a train is coming.NOUN markers warn you that a NOUN is coming.
3 Nouns Road signs that have important information are yellow. NOUNS name a person, place, thing, or idea.Road signs that have important information are yellow.NOUNS carry important information in a sentence. Almost every sentence has a NOUN.
4 Verbs A VERB shows action. It shows what a NOUN is doing. Road signs that have very important information on them are orange.VERBS are very important in a sentence. Every sentence must have a VERB.
5 PREPOSITIONS show the relationship of one thing to another. overindownup
6 Adjectives What kind? How many? Which one? An ADJECTIVE is a word that describes a NOUN.ADJECTIVES answer the following questionsWhat kind?How many?Which one?twelve pencilsbrown couchthatgirl
7 An ADVERB is a word that describes a VERB. AdverbsAn ADVERB is a word that describes a VERB.It tellshow?when? orwhere?the action takes place.talk quietlyrun today
8 I Pronouns it They She him we A PRONOUN takes the place of a NOUN. It refers to a person, place, thing, or idea.weTheyShehimIit
9 LINKING VERBS link or connect a subject with a complement. They do not show action.The man is a dentist.They are friends.appearsseemsappearedwerewasbecamebecomeam