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JCMS Parts of Speech

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a person, place, thing, or idea noun
shows action or links the subject to another word in the sentence or shows state of being verb
describes a noun adjective
a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. adverb
takes the place of a noun pronoun
word that relates a noun or pronoun to another word in the sentence preposition
connects individual words or groups of words conjunction
a word or phrase used to express strong emotion or surprise interjection
May be common or proper, singular or plural, a subject or object or may be possessive noun
Many that tell how an action happens end with "ly" adverb
must agree with the word to which it is referring by both are singular or both be plural,and must agree in gender, male, female, or neither. For example, the him is masculine, the she is feminine and the it is neuter. pronouns
Will always be followed by a noun or pronoun and is called the object. preposition
May be followed by an exclamation point or a comma interjection
usually answer one of a few different questions: "What kind?" or "Which?" or "How many?" adjectives
The most common question these types of words answer is how. adverbs
Created by: Tammy Lynn Tammy Lynn