By: Georgia Arruda       EED 616PowerPoint Presentation       10/23/12
Parts of Speech  By: Georgia Arruda       EED 616PowerPoint Presentation       10/23/12
What Does Part of Speech Mean?/   Each part of    speech explains not    what the word is    but how the word is    used.
/       Verb/       Noun/      Pronoun/    Adjectives/     Adverbs/   Prepositions/   Conjunctions   Home                 ...
The Eight Parts of Speech/         Verb/         Noun/        Pronoun/      Adjectives/       Adverbs/     Prepositions/  ...
/   Each part of speech explains not what    the word is, but how the word is used.    In fact, the same word can be a nou...
More Details/   Each part of speech explains not what    the word is, but how the word is used.    In fact, the same word ...
/   Adverb/   An adverb can modify    a verb, an adjective,    another verb, a    phrase, or a clause./   The seamstress  ...
Adverbs    /   Adverb    /   An adverb can modify        a verb, an adjective,        another verb, a        phrase, or a ...
Let’s Take a Closer Look!/   Verb/   A verb “is what you    do!”/   I will run, hop, and    skip down the    track.       ...
/   Noun/   A noun is a person    place or thing./   Ms. Arruda is going    to Vegas this                          Home   ...
Here come the nouns!/   Noun/   A noun is a person    place or thing./   Ms. Arruda is going    to Vegas this             ...
/   Pronoun/   A pronoun can    replace the noun or    another pronoun./   Which show do you    want to see?              ...
Pronouns    /   Pronoun    /   A pronoun can        replace the noun or        another pronoun.    /   Which show do you  ...
Additional Pronouns/   Personal Pronouns         /      Possessive Personal/   A personal pronoun                    Prono...
/   Interrogative    /   An interrogative    Pronouns             pronoun is used to                         ask questions...
Additional Pronouns Continued/   Interrogative    /   An interrogative    Pronouns             pronoun is used to         ...
Still More Pronouns!/   Demonstrative Pronouns/   A demonstrative pronoun    points to and identifies a    noun or a prono...
/   Adjectives/   An adjective modifies a    noun or pronoun by    describing, identifying,    or qualifying words./   The...
What about the Adjectives?             /   Adjectives             /   An adjective modifies a                 noun or pron...
Conjunctions/   You can use            /   I ate the pizza and    Conjunctions to link       the pasta!    words, phrases,...
Prepositions      /   Prepositions      /   A preposition links          nouns, pronouns, and          phrases to other   ...
/   Interjections/   An interjection is a    word added to a    sentence to convey    emotion./   (Ouch!, Hey!)     Home
What is an Interjection?            /   Interjections            /   An interjection is a                word added to a  ...
/        A noun’s the name of anything,/     As house or garden, hoop, or swing./    Instead of nouns the pronouns stand-/...
Parts of Speech Poem               by Kim Vetter/         A noun’s the name of anything,/      As house or garden, hoop, o...
Poem Continued/   Conjunctions join the words together, As men and women,                        wind or weather./        ...
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  • Parts of speech

    1. 1. By: Georgia Arruda EED 616PowerPoint Presentation 10/23/12
    2. 2. Parts of Speech By: Georgia Arruda EED 616PowerPoint Presentation 10/23/12
    3. 3. What Does Part of Speech Mean?/ Each part of speech explains not what the word is but how the word is used.
    4. 4. / Verb/ Noun/ Pronoun/ Adjectives/ Adverbs/ Prepositions/ Conjunctions Home Page/ interjection
    5. 5. The Eight Parts of Speech/ Verb/ Noun/ Pronoun/ Adjectives/ Adverbs/ Prepositions/ Conjunctions Home Page/ interjection
    6. 6. / Each part of speech explains not what the word is, but how the word is used. In fact, the same word can be a noun in one sentence and a verb or adjective in the next.
    7. 7. More Details/ Each part of speech explains not what the word is, but how the word is used. In fact, the same word can be a noun in one sentence and a verb or adjective in the next.
    8. 8. / Adverb/ An adverb can modify a verb, an adjective, another verb, a phrase, or a clause./ The seamstress quickly made the Home mourning clothes.
    9. 9. Adverbs / Adverb / An adverb can modify a verb, an adjective, another verb, a phrase, or a clause. / The seamstress quickly made the Home mourning clothes.
    10. 10. Let’s Take a Closer Look!/ Verb/ A verb “is what you do!”/ I will run, hop, and skip down the track. Home
    11. 11. / Noun/ A noun is a person place or thing./ Ms. Arruda is going to Vegas this Home weekend.
    12. 12. Here come the nouns!/ Noun/ A noun is a person place or thing./ Ms. Arruda is going to Vegas this Home weekend.
    13. 13. / Pronoun/ A pronoun can replace the noun or another pronoun./ Which show do you want to see? Home
    14. 14. Pronouns / Pronoun / A pronoun can replace the noun or another pronoun. / Which show do you want to see? Home
    15. 15. Additional Pronouns/ Personal Pronouns / Possessive Personal/ A personal pronoun Pronouns / A possessive pronoun indicates refers to specific that the pronoun is acting as a person or thing and marker of possession and changes its form to defines who owns a particular indicate person, object or person. / (mine, yours, hers, his, its, number, gender, and ours theirs) case. Home
    16. 16. / Interrogative / An interrogative Pronouns pronoun is used to ask questions. / (who, whom, which, what and the compounds formed Home with suffix “ever”).
    17. 17. Additional Pronouns Continued/ Interrogative / An interrogative Pronouns pronoun is used to ask questions. / (who, whom, which, what and the compounds formed Home with suffix “ever”).
    18. 18. Still More Pronouns!/ Demonstrative Pronouns/ A demonstrative pronoun points to and identifies a noun or a pronoun./ (this, that, these, and those are demonstrative pronouns) Home
    19. 19. / Adjectives/ An adjective modifies a noun or pronoun by describing, identifying, or qualifying words./ The truck-shaped balloon floated over the treetops. Home
    20. 20. What about the Adjectives? / Adjectives / An adjective modifies a noun or pronoun by describing, identifying, or qualifying words. / The truck-shaped balloon floated over the treetops. Home
    21. 21. Conjunctions/ You can use / I ate the pizza and Conjunctions to link the pasta! words, phrases, and clauses. Home
    22. 22. Prepositions / Prepositions / A preposition links nouns, pronouns, and phrases to other words in a sentence. / (on, against, over, during, beneath, Home beside)
    23. 23. / Interjections/ An interjection is a word added to a sentence to convey emotion./ (Ouch!, Hey!) Home
    24. 24. What is an Interjection? / Interjections / An interjection is a word added to a sentence to convey emotion. / (Ouch!, Hey!) Home
    25. 25. / A noun’s the name of anything,/ As house or garden, hoop, or swing./ Instead of nouns the pronouns stand-/ Her head, your face, his arm, my hand./ Adjectives tell the kind of noun,/ As great, small, pretty, white, or brown./ Verbs tell of something to be done-/ To read, count, sing, talk, laugh, or run./ How things are done the adverbs tell,/ As slowly, quickly, ill, or well. Home
    26. 26. Parts of Speech Poem by Kim Vetter/ A noun’s the name of anything,/ As house or garden, hoop, or swing./ Instead of nouns the pronouns stand-/ Her head, your face, his arm, my hand./ Adjectives tell the kind of noun,/ As great, small, pretty, white, or brown./ Verbs tell of something to be done-/ To read, count, sing, talk, laugh, or run./ How things are done the adverbs tell,/ As slowly, quickly, ill, or well. Home
    27. 27. Poem Continued/ Conjunctions join the words together, As men and women, wind or weather./ The preposition stands before/ A noun, as in or through a door./ The interjection shows surprise,/ As Oh! How Pretty; Ah! How wise./ That’s why we learn the parts of speech/ Which reading, writing, speaking teach./ ‘Cause grammar needs to be correct/ To help you earn the world’s respect.

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