1. PARTS OF SPEECH
Noun:- noun is the name of the person ,place ,thing ,animal etc.
Examples of noun:
1. A herd of cattle.
2. A troupe of dancers.
3. A team of a athletes.
4. A staff of employees.
5. A cruft of hackers.
6. A sloth of beavers.
7. A business of ferrets.
8. A crash of rhinoceroses.
9. A bunch of bananas.
10. A network of computers.
11. A hailstorm of gunships.
12. I had dinner with my father last night.
2. 13.Arya Stark is really cool.
14. Jeremy is a swimmer.
15. The beavers built a dam.
16. He gave Maria a love letter.
17. The house is on Main Street.
18. Karen played with her sister.
19. Fran went to Friendly’s Pet Shop.
20. The car stopped quickly.
21. Morgan Boulevard is a busy street.
22. Michael and his friend chased the kitten.
23. Did you see Kevin at the party?
24. Laura looked at the stars through her telescope.
25. There were no yellow markers in the box.
26. Have you ever eaten a cheeseburger at Burger Planet?
27. A young boy found a dollar on the sidewalk.
29. Mary sat by the fire and roasted a marshmallow.
30.I went to the city.
31. The man was kind.
32. The house is on Main Street.
33. Karen played with her sister.
3. 35. There were no yellow markers in the box.
36.Have you ever eaten a cheeseburger at Burger Planet?
37. Joe is her cousin.
38. I bought some papers from Max Newsagent.
39. Annie played with her brother.
40. Mrs. Wood bought her baby to the park.
41. New Delhi is the capital city of India.
42. Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
43. Our new classmate came from Egypt.
44. We went to the zoo in Melbourne.
45. Maggi likes her new dress.
46.Peter has a bag of lollies.
47. The house is in Africa.
48.The Ford truck is missing one door.
49.I am from Belize.
50.Jaime lives at 108 Spring St.
4. PRONOUN- the word which is used instead of noun.
1.My sister is thirsty.
2. My grandmother is old.
3. The students are young.
4. The restaurant is expensive.
5. The dog is angry.
6. The cats are fat.
7. The city is big.
8. The girls are pretty.
9. The sock is clean.
10. The socks are dirty.
5. 11. You and I are happy.
12. You and your brother are sad.
13. The man is tired.
14. The men are rich.
15. The woman is quiet.
16. The women are noisy.
17. You and I are hungry.
18. I am one of the hardest working players on the team.
19. Make sure to tell us the score as soon as you can.
20.Him are a very fast runner!
21.I can tell it was a very difficult decision to make.
6. 22. Are you sure that he turned in his homework?
23. Please remind her the importance of being on time.
24. Please ask them if they are available for Monday.
25.Make sure he gets there on time.
26. She is a very valuable player to the team.
27.I think that you are one of the brightest students in the
28.We are going to the football game this weekend.
29. I can tell that you really enjoyed the movie.
30. It is one of the best movies I have seen all year.
8. Adjectives describe or modify—that is, they limit or restrict
the meaning of—nouns and pronouns. They may name
qualities of all kinds: huge, red, angry, tremendous,
unique, rare, etc.
1. There I met a very beautiful woman.
2. The kind hostess made sure that everyone was happy.
3. He was wearing a red shirt.
4. The rich woman is known for her generosity.
5. In spite of being rich and famous, she leads a
6. Her arrogant nature made her very unpopular.
7. He wants to be a successful lawyer.
8. The anxious mother waited for a call from her son.
9. 9. The old man has seen better days.
10. Iron is a useful metal.
11. The offer was so good that
I could not refuse it.
12. Shakespeare is greater than any other playwright.
13. He is older than I.
14. She is older than I am.
15. This is the shorter of the two routes.
16. This is the wisest decision.
17. Hercules was stronger than any other man.
18. Of the two evils choose the lesser.
19. His clothes are superior to mine.
20. Health is preferable to wealth.
11. verb:-A word used to describe an action, state, or
occurrence, and forming the main part of the predicate of
a sentence, such as hear, become, happen.
1. One of my friends has gone to France.
2. Each of the boys was given a present.
3. Neither of the contestants was able to win a decisive
4. Oil and water do not mix.
5. He and I were at Oxford together.
6. Slow and steady wins the race.
7. Neither Peter nor James has any right to the
8. No prize or medal was given to the boy, though he
stood first in the examination.
12. 9. Either Mary or Alice is responsible for this.
10. Neither the Minister nor his colleagues have
given an explanation for this.
10. I have been waiting here since morning.
12. It hasn’t stopped raining since yesterday.
13. I have always been interested in metaphysics.
14. They have lived / have been living in this street
for twenty years.
15. I have never been to a foreign country.
16. Where does the sun rise?
17. I am seeing Susie Monday.
18. We will need the money on the 15th.
19. ‘There is the doorbell.’ ‘I will go.’
20. She spends half of her time traveling.
13. Adverb:-an adverb is a word used to describe a verb,an
adjective or another adverb.
1. My grandpa snored loudly.
2. Chloe played on the beach yesterday.
3. I will visit my friend tomorrow.
4. George, will you come here?
5. My sheepdog sat lazily in the pool.
6. Neil slowly placed a card on the card house. 7. Neil
stopped suddenly and listened. 8. Nathan stamped
his feet angrily
14. 9. I carefully glued the last piece onto the model.
10. Sam accidentally slipped on the ice.
11. Yesterday, they played a game.
12. The truck grumbled loudly.
13. We will go to the concert soon.
14. Jen waited patiently for the computer to load.
15. Kayla finally arrived at the park.
16. My mother nicely reminded me to do my homework.
17. The astronaut easily fixed the problem.
18. I usually hug my mother when I get home.
19. My dog always barks.
20. Peter neatly wrote a shopping list.
15. Preposition- A preposition is a word used with a noun or a
pronoun to show how the person or thing denoted by the
noun or pronoun stands in relation to something else.
1. We walked up the stairs.
2. My mom took a walk around the block.
3. I looked under my bed.
4. My friend jumped over the bushes.
5. The pen fell between our desks.
6. I walked to the store.
7. We walked aboard the ship.
8. She walked toward the teacher.
9. I leaned against the wall.
10. I looked across the room.
16. 1. I looked above my roof.
2. She looked over the hill.
3. My mom went past the other car.
4. I leaned against the window.
5. I looked beneath my bed.
6. We walked toward the ice cream truck.
7. We went into the car.
8. I stood beside my best friend.
9. I jumped on the skateboard.
10. We ran through the bushes.
17. 1.What is the name of your book?
2. I go to the park once a week.
3. We live in China. I was born in September.
4. this clock is a gift for you.
5. I go to the store with my mother.
6. pencils are on the table. I work on Monday.
7. My sister works at Union Bank. She starts her job at 9
8. We live by the river.
9. I am from San Francisco.
10. this bus goes up that mountain.
18. Conjunction:-a conjunction is a word which joins two
words or two sentences.
1. Jane and I were late for class. (and joins the subjects
of the sentence)
2. Father is going, but Mother will stay at home.
1. Paul and his teacher will be attending the meeting.
2. We sang but did not dance at the party.
3. The manager asked John to the conference, but John
did not attend.
4. There will be one or two people in class today.
5. Jane left town, for she was offered a better salary in
19. 6. Either you study or you will not be successful in the class.
7. Not only the manager but also the employees will be at the
8. Neither the lawyers nor doctors will suffer from the new
9. Both an oral exam and a written exam are required for credit in
10. Whether he transfers or remains, he will be successful.
11. If Jane wants to go with us, she must be ready at five o'clock.
12. Because our team had not won a game all season, we did not
expect to win the final game.
13. We managed to accomplish very little since our vacation was
14. He waited until the bell rang.
15. You will pass the course if you pass
20. 16. If Jane wants to go with us, she must be ready at five
17. Because our team had not won a game all season,
we did not expect to win the final game.
18. We managed to accomplish very little since our
vacation was so short.
19. He waited until the bell rang.
20. You will pass the course if you pass.
21. Interjection:- An interjection is a word which expresses
some sudden feeling and emotions.
1. Aha! I found the answer!
2. Ouch! My cut hurts!
3. Wow! I won the lottery!
4. Oh, I’m not sure about that.
5. No, you should not have done that.
6. Alas, we made it to the island.
7. Hooray! We won the championship game!
8. Good grief, that was a close one.
9. Oops, I forgot to tell you where to go.
22. 10.Ouch! You hit me in the leg!
11. Wow! I can’t believe I finished the marathon.
12. Oh, I’m not sure about that.
13. No, you should not have done that.
14. Alas, we made it to the island.
15. Hooray! We won the championship game!
16. Good grief, that was a close one.
17. Oops, I forgot to tell you where to go.
18. Hey, can you help me out?
19. Ahem, make sure to keep the noise level down.
20. Yow! I can’t believe you just did that!
21. No, you need to complete your work first.
23. 22. Blech! Tell the chef that we will not eat brown lettuce with slimy
23. The python escaped his small cage again, and the cat has
24. Ha! You have broccoli in your teeth! Now I know that you ate my
25. The essay will just fit on my last two blank sheets of paper.
26.Yo, dude, the sandwich is mine, so you need to return my lunch
27. Whoa! You have jumped to a hasty conclusion that the evidence
does not support.
28.Eww! Henry must remember to rinse his whiskers from the sink
after he shaves.
29. Yowza ! We did not anticipate hours of work when we agreed to
rake the yard.
30. Ugh! The printer has jammed again, and today I must get to
class on time!