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Well, in this occasion, I will give explanation about “Parts of Speech”.
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Parts of Speech
Parts of speech are the classification of words categorized by their roles and functions within the structure of the language.
Parts of speech encompass everything a language has in itself. Can you imagine all the words of a language can be sorted into these categories? They play different roles in the structure of a language.In English, there are eight parts of speech:
Noun refers to people, places, things, ideas, concepts, etc.
Example: Riyan is a clever student. Sydney is the beautiful city.
A pronoun is used to refer to a noun/noun phrase, or nouns/noun phrases; instead of the repeated use of the same noun(s)/noun phrase(s).
Example: Riyan is a smart student. He studies diligently.
Verb shows an action or an ongoing condition. It is considered as the heart of a sentence.
Example: Ronald is kind person. Everyone likes him.
Adjective modifies or describes noun in a sentence.
Example: Dina is beautiful actrees. She can also sing a song well.
Adverbs modify or describe adjectives, verbs, or other adverbs. It answers the questions When? Where? How? or How much?
Example: Ronal can run fast. He always reads attentively.
Preposition gives context to nouns in relationship to other nouns or pronouns.
Example: We will go to France. France is great country.
A conjunction connects nouns, noun phrases, clauses or sentences together.
Example: Shinta loves chocolate and chips. She loves pasta, but she hates pizza.
Interjections are brief and abrupt pauses in speech, usually used for expressing emotions.
Example: Oh! That feels terrible. Alas! They have lost the match.
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