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8 parts of speech

Mrs Ebers class speech

QuestionAnswer
Name the eight parts of speech Verbs pronouns nouns adjectives adverbs preposition conjunction interjection
Verbs Action word
Pronoun Used to replace nouns; I you he this who what
Noun Nouns are often thought of as referring to persons places things states or qualities
Adjective Word that modifies a noun
Adverb Word modifying a verb; typically expressed some relation of place time and manner and attended circumstance degree cause inference result condition expection confession purpose or means
Preposition Used before nouns pronouns or other substances to form phrases functioning as modifiers of verbs nouns or adjectives; in on by to since
Conjunction Function as connectors between words phrases clauses and sentences; and because but however
Interjection Word expressing emotion
Created by: Memem