This set tells you:
1) The name of the part of speech.
2) The definition of the part of speech.
3) An example for the part of speech.
then it challenges you to:
Identify each of those parts of speech in sentences.
It names a person, place, thing or idea.
Examples: boy, library, ball, justice.
It expresses an action or names a state of being. Examples: slide, write, fly .... be, is, are, was, were...
It takes the place of noun(s) to make our language briefer and less repetitive. Examples: we, he, she, it, you, they, us ...
It modifies (provides more information about) verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. They answer the questions How? When? Where? How Often? Examples: Children learn languages easily. - How He speaks French very well. - How They saw the recently discovered comet. - When They went upstairs. - Where?
It describes nouns and pronouns. Example: Blue house, twelve apples, racing car.
It shows relationships such as direction, time, location or ownership. Examples: about, above, around, in, near, over, to, up, unlike, within, in addition to
It connects words, phrases and clauses and shows the relationship between the connected elements. Examples: by, under, over, into
It is a word or brief phrase that expresses surprise or emotion. They can be strong or weak. Example: Ouch! Wow! Really!
General name of a person place or thing (nurse, hospital - not capitalized)
Names a particular person, place, thing, or idea and is capitalized (Nurse Pam, Rapid City Regional Hospital).