What is a conjunction?
It is a word that joins words or groups of words: and & but.
What is a pronoun?
It is a word that stands in for a noun.
What is a noun?
It is a word that names a person, place, thing, idea, or quality.
What is an adjective?
It is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun and tells these things: which one, what kind, how many.
What is a preposition?
It is a word that shows how a noun or pronoun relates to another part of the sentence.
What is a verb?
It is a word that shows action or state of being.
What is an interjection?
It is a little word that does these things: expresses a feeling; says yes or no, calls attention, indicates a pause.
Person, Place, Thing, Idea, Quality
boy, teacher, Josh, doctor
Miami, city, countryside
house, tree, horse, bicycle, ice cream
democracy, truth, illusion, fantasy
beauty, caring, hatred, boredom
who, you, what, your, her, its, she, him, everyone, nobody, this, myself, himself, herself
run, swim, jump, taste, fall, dream
Verbs - state of being
be, appear, seem, feel
this, that, red, large, stick, cloudy, enormous, petite, six, four hundred, many, several
and, either, but, because, or, so
in, on, of, by, for, with, next, toward, away, inside, during
wow, gee, golly, oops, zowie, darn yes, no, yep, nope, uh-huh, uh-uh, yo, hey, whoa, well, um, hmm, ah