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Parts of the speech in English Grammar
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There are more than one million words and word forms in the English language. So it has achieved the status of world language.
There are 8 parts of the speech in English. Each and every word can be categorized as noun/pronoun/adjective/verb/adverb/preposition/conjunction/interjection. In this condition, if you want to be a fluent English speaker then you must master all these parts of the speech with my own practiced method which is easy and practical.
Parts of the speech in English
Here is my own method to grab parts of the speech tightly and to use them correctly in your speaking and writing of English with definitions and examples of all the parts of the speech.
1)What is the definition of Noun-
Definition-The names of people places, things, birds, animals, feelings, ideas, etc are called as nouns.
In simple words Noun=names of people, places, things, birds, animals, feelings, and ideas.
e.g. John, Tina, America, Paris, Mobile, laptop, peacock, tiger, Happiness, Creativity.
There are 10 subtypes of nouns.
2)What is the definition of Pronoun-
Definition-The words which are used instead of (In place of) nouns are called pronouns.
e.g. I, we, you, they, he, she, it, this, that these, those.
3)What is the definition of Adjective-
The words which describe or qualify nouns or pronouns are called adjectives.
e.g. good, bad, easy, difficult, important, beautiful, nice, big, small, kind, helpful, etc
4)What is the definition of Verb-
Definition-The words which show action or state-of-being of people, places, things, etc are called verbs.
e.g. I) the Main verb—Come, go, read, write, give, take, sing, dance, etc
II)Helping verbs(Auxiliary verbs)—
To be-am/is/are was/were will be/shall be
To do-do/does did
To have-have/has had will have/shall have
Modals—can, could, may, might, must, should, would, ought to, need, dare
5)What is the definition of Adverb-
Definition-The words which add something about verbs, adjectives, or another adverb in the same sentence are called adverbs.
e.g. very, greatly, extremely, simply, so, too, really, indeed
6)What is the definition of Preposition-
Definition-The words which show the relationship between nouns or pronouns are called as a preposition.
e.g. in, of, for, to, with, between, among, etc
7)What is the definition of Conjunction-
Definition- The words which join two words or sentences are called conjunctions.
e.g. and, or, but, not only- but also, either- or, neither- nor, etc
8)What is the definition of Interjection-
Definition- The words which show sudden feelings from the heart are called interjections.
e.g. oh! Ah! Ouch! Well done! Bravo! Alas! Wow! Gosh! Etc
My Poem for the easiest understanding of parts of the speech—
Title—Family of 8 with one million plus bucks(words)
We are the richest family called parts of the speech,
Our 8 members have 8 million bucks together for each.
Our sweet names noun, pronoun, adjective, verb,
And meet prepositions, conjunction, interjection, and adverb.
The noun is the name of all living things,
The pronoun is used instead of noun brings.
The adjective describes nouns or pronouns,
A verb shows action or state-of-being,
Adverb always tells about verb, adjective or adverb.
Preposition shows relation between nouns or pronouns,
Conjunction joins all the family property of words and sentences.
Interjection shows sudden feelings from the heart.
We are the soul of English language words,
Which every soul needs.
I hope you will appreciate my sincere efforts.
And master speech with its parts.
Conclusion for parts of the speech-
Here we have completed the easiest method to understand and master parts of the speech in English. The most important part of parts of the speech is that you get total control over your usage of words to make your speech effective.
I personally used this way to master parts of the speech. I am sure you will also like it. Is there any other simple method to learn parts of the speech? please let me know through your comments.
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