Part of Speech WC 1.3
Noun • A noun names a person, animal, place, thing or idea. Example: The silly puppy took my shoe!
Verb • A verb shows action or links the main parts of a sentence. Example: The strange kitten is playful. She climbs into the toy box.
Adverb • An adverb tells how, when, where, or how much. It also describes adjectives. Example: Yesterday my pet duck Allie proudly showed me her ducklings swimming.
Adjective • An adjective describes something, it tells what kind or how many. Example: I have a good dog, a noisy cricket, and two colorful lovebirds.
Preposition • A preposition shows a relationship between a noun or pronoun giving location or time. Example: A shy fish hides behind a rock. The little fish swam in a school.
Conjunction • A conjunction connects words or groups of words. Example: After school Todd and I will ride to the pond or the meadow.
Interjection • An interjection expressed a strong feeling. Example: Oh, what a cute little puppy.
Pronoun • A pronoun takes the place of a noun or noun phrase. Example: Do you like rabbits? We have five rabbits.