English / Parts of speech in English

Parts of speech are the different types of words in grammar. They were

1. Verb.
2. Noun.
3. Adjective.
4. Adverb.
5. Pronoun.
6. Preposition.
7. Conjunction.
8. Interjection.
9. Article.

It describes an action / state / occurrence or it tells Nouns Action / State of being.

Action: Ask, Jump, Think, Want, Run, Dance, Eat, Fix
State of being: is, am, are, be, have, has, was, were

It is used to identify name of a person, place, thing / idea .

Person:  Maria, Boy, Doctor E.t.c
Place: Newyork, park, outer space E.t.c
Thing: Pen, Watermelon, Statute of liberty   E.t.c
Idea: Fairness, friendliness, acceptance E.t.c

It describes a noun / pronoun.

Size: Tiny, Long, and Oval                                        

Taste: nutty, flowery, sour
Texture: Prickly, Smooth, Leathery
Appearance: Bright, beautiful, faded
It is a word that describes a verb, adjective or adverb.

How: Loudly, Quickly
How often: always, never
When: Before, soon
Where: inside, away
It replaces the name of a person place, thing / idea in a sentence

You, We, They, He, me, she, it, Him, her, this, that, those, these, each e.t.c

It shows the relationship such as directions time or placement between a noun / pronoun an another word in a sentence.

About, Across, After, Around, before, between, Info, through, to

It is used to connect clauses, sentences / words. Or it joins 2 ideas / shows the relationship between 2 parts of a sentence.

And, Because, But, so, through, or, until, while, unless.

It is an exclamation or it is used to expresses Strong emotion.

Aw, Bravo, hurry up!, hey, oh no !, well

It comes before a noun in a sentence and sometimes shows if the noun refers to a specific / general person place or thing.

Types of articles:
a. Definite article (The): Indicate Specific things.
b. Indefinite article (a, an): Indicate General things.

Definite article (The)
It is used to address the specific things. Or It is used to indicate a noun that is definite or has been previously specified in the context.

Specific: the dog, the farm, the apple, the octopus

the dog, the farm, the apple, the octopus.

Indefinite article (a, an)
It is used to address the general things.
General: A dog, A farm, An apple, An octopus

An: It used before singular count nouns beginning with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u) / vowel sound:

An apple, an octopus.

a: It used before singular count nouns beginning with consonants (other than a, e, i, o, u):

A dog, a farm.

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