Parts of speech:
8 parts of speech in English
A noun is the name of a person place or thing. For example Table, Ali, Lahore, Ahmad, etc.
A pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun. For example
We, I, you, they, my, our, your, their, it, its, he, him, she, her, thou, they, mine, their, etc.
Also……whom, you, whose, which, what, who, this, that, these, those, ones, none, such, same, myself, himself, etc.
A verb is a word that shows that something is being done. For example
He beats me.
In this sentence “beats” is a verb.
The Kinds of Verb
A verb which shows an action which passes from the subject to an object.
It has subject as well as object.For example
I baked some cookies.
I rode the bicycle.
I moved the chair.
A verb that has no object is called an intransitive verb.
It has only the subject. For example
The book fell.
Incomplete Verb (Auxiliary) Verb
A verb that does not give full sense is called an incomplete verb. For example
Is, am, are, was, were, has, have, had, do, does, did, will, shall, would, should, may, might, can, could.
A word that qualifies a noun or pronoun is called an adjective. For example
Ram is a good boy.
In this sentence “good” is an adjective.
An adverb is a word that is used to qualify any part of speech except a noun or a pronoun. For example
This is a dark black horse.
He reads clearly.
A preposition is a word placed before a noun or a pronoun to establish the relationship with the person or thing denoted by it stands in regard to something else.For example
The book is on the table.
In this sentence “on” is a preposition. Similarly, other prepositions are:
In, on, with, of, for, into, from, after, that, etc.[/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Conjunctions” style=”fancy”]A conjunction is a word that joins sentences and words. For example
And, both, also, too, not, only, but, also, however.[/su_spoiler]
An interjection is a word that expresses some sudden feeling or emotion.
Well done!, Hurrah!, Alas!, Ah!, Bravo!.