Parts of speech
A part of speech is a term used in traditional grammar for one of the nine main categories into which words are classified according to their functions in sentences, such as nouns or verbs. Also known as word classes, these are the building blocks of grammar.
The word speech comes from the Latin fable, which refers to the ability to speak. It is considered as speaking to the means used by the person to communicate with others, where he makes use of a language and its grammatical rules.
Speech is composed of the voice , which is born with the use of breathing and vocal cords producing sound; by articulation , which refers to the realization of the sounds of the tongue; and by the fluency , which refers to the rhythm with which the person speaks to convey a message.
The word is also used to refer to the action or special way of speaking.
A noun is a person, thing or place. A word that is used to express a feeling or an idea is also classified as such. Within the category of nouns are proper nouns, which are specific names of people, places and things. Take the following sentence as an example: “The girl moved to Seattle”. In this sentence, “girl” and “Seattle” are nouns.
A verb is a word that is used to express an action. English verbs are conjugated in five tenses: present, past, future, present participle past participle. For example, conjugate the verb “walk” in each time as follows: I walk, I walked, I will walk, I am walking and I have walked (I walk, I walked, I will walk, I am walking and I have walked). Another example is to conjugate an irregular verb, such as “run” at each time: I run, I ran, I will run, I am running and I have run (I run, I ran, I run, I am running and I have run).
An adjective describes or modifies a noun. An adjective is used to say more about a person, place or things that are being written. In the sentence “I picked the pretty red flower”, the words “pretty” (pretty) and “red” (red) are adjectives that describe the flower. Sometimes words that are commonly known as different types of language, such as pronouns, can be used as adjectives, such as in this sentence: “He can’t find his book.” In this sentence, “his” (su) functions as an adjective by modifying the noun “book” (book).
An adverb is used to describe a verb. Look for the common adverb informer, “ly,” at the end when you try to identify this part of the language. Answer the questions how, where, when and how much with each adverb. For example, the adverb “slowly” (slowly) tells how the boy walked in the following sentence: “The boy walked slowly home from school”.
Use a preposition to say the relationship between a noun and a verb, adverb, or other noun. The preposition usually says where the relationship with something else is, such as “The book is on the table”. The preposition in this sentence is “on”. Some common prepositions are: on (en), above (above), under (below), over (on), beside (beside), about (de), below (below) and between (between).
An interjection is added to a sentence to express emotion. Interjections are often followed by a sign of admiration to show the strong feeling of a word. You will often find interjections such as words or short phrases at the beginning of sentences, such as “wow!”, “Hey!”, Or “oh no!”.
Use a pronoun to replace a noun. Pronouns are short and simple words that they take instead of a person, place, thing, idea or feeling. Pronoun types include personal (he, he), possessive (mine, mine), demonstrative (this, this), undefined (many, many) and reflective (myself, myself). part of speech