Part of Speech
Terms in this set (10)
person, place, thing, or idea
used to name a specific person, place, or thing. These begin with a capital letter. Examples: Sarah, Los Angelas, Mars, Cafe Río
used to name non-specific people, places, or things. Examples: house, dog, broom, happy
Replaces a noun. Examples: I, he, she, they, it, his
Words we use before nouns or pronouns to show their relationship with other words in the sentence. Example: behind (the tree), across (Maple Street), down (the stairs)
A word that adds description to a noun. Example: The black cat crossed the street. (black is an adjective to cat)
Words that show action or a state of being. One of these is required in a sentence
What or who the sentence is mainly about. Every sentence must have one of these. Ex. The dog...
What the subject is doing or being in a sentence. Every sentence must have one of these. Ex. ...bit the mailman.
a word that tells how, when, or where something happens; tells information about a verb, adjective, or another adverb
Example: The girl quickly finished her homework. (quickly describe how she finished)
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