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