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Parts of Speech

noun person, place or thing (egg)
verb action or state of being
adjective describes a noun (rotten egg)
adverb describes a verb (noisily), adjective (very rotten), adverb (quite noisily)
preposition indicates where something is in relation to something else (in, over, under, around)
pronoun takes the place of a noun (I, we, she, he, it)
proper noun a specific noun (Australia) capitalised
proper adjective a description formed from a proper noun (French)
article a, an. the
Collective noun Name of a group of things (flock)
verbs of being be, am, is, are, was, were (partial list)
exclamation short outburst (Hey!)
conjunction connects two subjects, verbs, phrases, or clauses (for, and, nor, but, or, yet -- FANBOY)
Created by: Jessica Ellwood