What Are Parts of Speech? How Many Parts of Speech We Have?
In this article, I will teach you all about eight parts of speech that we have in English grammar. I will show you with definition, example, and its usage. you will learn it easily, I describe each speech with a simple definition that you should get.
This parts of speech are the basic English grammar that every student should know before going to a high-level class. because it will increase your knowledge and your speech. as if you imagine while we are going to a school or English classes at first the teacher teach us parts of speech because it is necessary to know.
what are parts of speech?
Parts of speech:
In grammar, a part of speech (also called lexical categories, grammatical categories or word classes) is a linguistic category of words. In English, there are eight parts of speech.
How many parts of speech do we have?
A list of parts of speech:
A list of parts of speech in English grammar include the following:
A noun is a word used to refer to people, animals, objects, substances, states, events, ideas and feelings. A noun functions as a subject or object of a verb and can be modified by an adjective.
Example: People> Sara, Ali, Hameed
Animal> lion, cat, dog
Thing> table, cup, television
A pronoun is a word used instead of a noun.
(he, she, it, they, we, you)
Example: Sara loves you > NOUN
she loves you > PRONOUN
Ali lost his books > NOUN
He lost his books > PRONOUN
A verb is used to show an action or a state of being.
(cook, sing, dance, teach, read, go)
Example: He is writing a letter.
she reads her book.
They are enjoying the party.
An adverb is used to modify a verb, adjective, and the other adverbs.
(quickly, nicely, fastly, completely, rudely)
Example: she talks politely.
They walk quickly.
We write the letter completely.
An adjective is used to describe the goodness and badness or specify a noun or pronoun.
(good, bad, nice, tall, small, clever, ugly, smart, short)
Example: Sara looks beautiful.
Hameed is a nice person.
Ali is a good boy.
Are used before a noun to form a phrase that shows where, when, how and why.
(in, above, on, under, behind, in front of, beside)
Example: The cat is in the box.
The monkey is on the floor.
The books are in the cupboard.
Are used to join two sentences, two clauses or words.
(and, but, when, if, also, although)
Example: This is my book and those are yours.
Ali is tall but Akbar is taller.
I will talk to him if he regrades.
Are used to show your sudden feelings, surprise or emotion.
(oh, aha, hurrah, wow, alas)
Example: Wow! she is so beautiful.
Alas! his grandmom died.
Hurrah! we are late for the center.