Parts of speech

 

 

 

 

Parts of speech is the lessons of phrase it is additionally regarded as the eight most important classes of components of speech it is divided into sub-classes, it helps full to apprehend the shape of the sentence and make them significant.

Below are the eight parts of the speech

Noun:

Describe the things, place, person, etc

England, Julian, Building, Car, Dog, Elephant. etc.

Pronoun:

Pronoun makes use of alternative of Noun and keeps away from repetition of the noun in the sentence.

He, she, I, Me, We Us, Them,

types of Pronoun are:

a) personal pronoun

b) Demonstrative Pronoun

c) Distributive Pronoun

e) Interrogative Pronoun

f) Relative Pronoun

g) Indefinite Pronoun

h) Reflexive Pronoun

i) Reciprocal Pronoun

3) Adjective:

Types of Adjective are:

a) Descriptive Adjectives

b) Adjective of Number.

c) Demonstrative Adjective.

e) Possessive Adjective.

f) Interrogative Adjective.

g) proper Adjective.

4) Adverb:

 

Adverb is a phrase that adjust a verb,  adjective Adverbs commonly specific manner, place, time, frequency, degree, degree of certainty, such as:

How

where

when

how much

how often

5) Verb:

The verb is a phrase that outlines a motion in syntax or in a sentence, barring Verb sentence can’t be completed.

a) Principle or Main Verb:

  • Transitive Verb.
  • Intransitive Verb.

b) Auxiliary Verb (Helping verb)

  • Primary Auxiliary.
  • Modal Auxiliary.

c) Finite Verb:

d) Non-finite Verb:

  • Infinite
  • Gerund
  • Participle

6) Preposition:

A preposition is a phrase used to hyperlink nouns, pronouns, or phrases to different phrases within a sentence, types of prepositions areas:

a) Simple preposition.

b) Compound preposition.

c) Double Preposition.

d) Participle Preposition.

e) Phrase Preposition.

7) Interjections:

An interjection is expresses a human feeling, emotions, etc

 

a) Interjections for Greeting – these include: Hello! , Hey! …

b) Interjections for Joy – these include Hurrah! , Hurray! …

c) Interjections for Approval – these include: Bravo! …

d) Interjections for Surprise – these include: Ha! …

e) Interjections for Grief/Pain – these include: Alas!

8) Conjunction:

a) Coordinating  Conjunction. For, and, nor, but,

b) Subordination Conjunction. After, Although, as

c) Correlative Conjunction. Either, or, Neither.Nor

 

 

 

 

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