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Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
Parts of the speech
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Parts of the speech

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  • 1. THE PARTS OF SPEECH BY: MILANTIA HERNANDEZ
  • 2. The 8 Parts of Speech Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Pronoun Preposition Interjection Conjunction
  • 3.  Verb Shows action or a state of being Examples of Verbs Action Verbs Linking Verbs Helping Verbs Transitive Verbs
  • 4. Adjective Describes a noun or a pronoun Adjectives answer… What kind? Which one? How many?
  • 5. Adverb Describes a verb, adjective or another adverb Adverbs answer… How? When? Where? Usually ends in -ly
  • 6.  Pronoun Takes the place of a noun Pronoun Examples Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns
  • 7. Preposition Connects a noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence Preposition Examples… The book is on the table. The book is beneath the table. The book is leaning against the table. The book is beside the table. She held the book over the table. She read the book during class
  • 8.  Interjection Shows strong emotion Interjections… Interjections are usually followed by exclamation marks
  • 9. Conjunction Connects a word or phrase Conjunction Examples… FANBOYS F A N B O Y S So Yet Or But Nor And For

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