English Grammar The Eight Parts Of Speech
Learn English The Eight Parts Of Speech Grammar

Grammar Level 3- Lesson Twenty Six

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Eight Parts Of Speech in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

Grammar Recap

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The Eight Parts of Speech

 

Now that you have almost finished the first three levels of this program, I want you to think about the eight parts of speech. When you study a language, it helps to label the different parts of a sentence or a question with the following terms:

  1. Nouns
  2. Pronouns
  3. Verbs
  4. Adjectives
  5. Adverbs
  6. Conjunctions
  7. Prepositions
  8. Interjections

This is the classic list of terms that teachers use when talking about the eight parts of speech, but I also like to mention articles as well because they are so important in English.

 

If you still need help understanding what these words do in a sentence, go back to the lessons in which they are explained.
Nouns: These are words that function as subject, objects, and objects of prepositions. A noun is a person, a place, a thing, or an idea.
Pronouns: These are words that can take the place of a noun. Words like “he,” “him,” “his,” and pronouns. It important to know the differences among subject, object, possessive, and reflexive pronouns.
Verbs: These words describe the action or inaction in a sentence. The key to understanding English well is to focus on the way verbs change. You have probably already noticed that most of the lessons here are about verbs and the various tenses in which they are found.
Adjectives: Use adjectives to provide information about nouns. Adjectives describe color, size, degree, depth, quality, etc.
Adverbs: These are words that you use to describe verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.
Conjunctions: Join ideas and words together with the use of conjunctions. There are many different kinds, but the two basic groups of conjunctions are coordinating and subordinating.
Prepositions: These small yet important words indicate position, location, and relationships.
Interjections: One-word responses and exclamations are interjections. these are words such as “wow,” “hey,” and “yeah.” This is the least important among the eight parts of speech. It’s much more important, for instance, to learn about articles.

Articles: a, an, the

Look at the sentence below. Can you identify the eight parts of speech?

A brown fox jumped quickly and silently over the seven lazy dogs.

A – article

brown – adjective

fox – noun

jumped – verb

quickly – adverb

and – conjunction

silently – adverb

over – preposition

the – article

seven – adjective

lazy – adjective

dogs – noun

 

Quiz for Eight Parts of Speech

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