8 Parts of Speech Pre-Test 1
Terms in this set (30)
(Preposition) He walked around the corner.
(pronoun) Paul hopes that she will sing with the choir.
(pronoun) Can Jerry help him with the science project?
(noun) Have you seen the eraser?
(noun) The lock was stuck.
(noun) She purchased the car with him.
(adjective) Older people tire more easily.
(adjective) Steven is a very honest person.
(adjective) Kind people are often rewarded.
(adverb) The officer ran quickly.
(adverb) My sister answered the questions intelligently
(adverb) You really should see this art exhibit, Kenny
(preposition) Reggie tripped down the stairs
(preposition) Can you jump over the hurdle?
(preposition) May I sit between you two?
(verb) Ask the question.
(verb) The store overcharged me.
(verb) Jimmy, eat your spaghetti.
(conjunction) I cannot go, for I have too much to do.
(conjunction) I like peanuts and potato chips.
(interjection) Wow! I love your new haircut.
(noun) They attended the concert.
(pronoun) They attended the concert last weekend.
(verb) They attended the concert last weekend.
(adjective) They attended the concert last weekend.
(verb) The truck driver delivered the package quickly.
(adverb) The truck driver delivered the package quickly.
(interjection) Hurray! Our team has finally scored a goal.
(preposition) The troops scattered throughout the woods.
(adjective) The girl brushed her blond hair.