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Parts of Speech. Noun. Sentence! Ooh…Aah!. Verb. Verb. Noun. MENU. Pronoun. Adverb. Adjective. Preposition. Interjection. Conjunction. Nouns!. There are 6 types of nouns: A noun is the subject of a sentence. A person, place ,thing or idea.

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Parts of Speech

Noun

Sentence!

Ooh…Aah!

Verb


Verb

Noun

MENU

Pronoun

Adverb

Adjective

Preposition

Interjection

Conjunction


Nouns!

There are 6 types of nouns:

A noun is the subject of a sentence.

A person, place ,thing or idea.

Common- Names any noun - it is a regular noun and very general.

Examples: Student, book, mountain, company, city.

Proper- Names a specific noun. Capitalized.

Examples: Boise, Ms. C., Rocky Mountains, Sprint.


Nouns!

Collective- One word for a group.

Examples: Team, class, jury.

Compound- Two or more words.

Examples: Basketball, fire fighter, baseball.


Nouns!

Concrete- can be touched.

Examples: Pencil, sky, folder, tree.

Abstract- An idea or feeling that can not be touched.

Examples: Happy, love, freedom.


Identify these nouns:

grass

Texas

crowd

soccer

anger

teacher

fireworks

team

Superman

Practice



  • Nouns page 31-32

  • A

  • Underline nouns:

  • Max helped Joe with his homework.

  • B

  • Common or Proper

  • C P

  • On Wednesday we drove to Boise to see a movie.

  • C =don’t do


  • Page 32

  • A

  • At Sawtooth Middle School the class that brings in the most box tops wins a prize.

  • Proper_____________

  • Collective__________

  • B

  • The girl traveled to the new town.

  • SWEET!


Pronouns
Pronouns

  • Pronoun- a word used in place of a noun. NEVER A NOUN!

  • Antecedent- the word the pronoun takes the place of.

    • Ex: Fred missed the bus so he was late.

    • Ex: Death Valley- it is mysterious.


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Pronouns

  • *Personal pronouns- a regular pronoun.

    • Singular: I, you, he, she, it

    • Plural: We, they, them, us

      Pg. 59 Ex A write sentence.

      Underline pronouns


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Pronouns

  • Possessive pronouns- used to show ownership.

    • Ex: Their clothes, Your coat, MINE, HIS, HERS.

      NOT…you’re= you are

      they’re=they are


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Pronouns

  • Interrogative- used to start a question.

    • Ex: who, what, when, where, why, which.

    • Ex: Who knows the answer? What page?


Pronouns4
Pronouns

  • Demonstrative- points out a person, place, thing, or idea.

    • Ex: This is our game. That book…

      Plural- these, those


Pronouns review
Pronouns Review

  • Name what KIND of pronoun the following are:

  • You ~ Personal

  • This

  • Hers

  • They

  • I

  • It

  • We

  • Our


Pronoun review
Pronoun Review

  • Their

  • He

  • She

  • What

  • Mine

  • You’re

  • Where

  • Who


Language book
Language Book

  • Page 59

  • A 1-10

  • Write sentence! Always! Underline pronouns.

  • Page 60

  • B

  • Write paragraph, change nouns to pronouns.

  • SWEET!


Pronouns worksheet
Pronouns Worksheet

  • Page 47-48

  • A

  • Underline pronouns:

  • Have you ever been to California?

  • B

  • Replace nouns with pronouns

  • The Pilgrims were grateful.


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Pronouns Worksheet

  • Page 48

  • A

  • Write paragraph, replace nouns with pronouns.

  • B

  • Write a diary entry, use many pronouns.

  • AWESOME!


Verb Sub-Menu

Linking Verbs

Action Verbs

Helping Verbs


Identify these as mental or visible action verbs:

hop

typed

hope

lift

touched

laughed

think

worry

Practice


Verb pre test
Verb Pre-Test

  • 1. Write the definition of an action verb.

  • 2. List all three kinds of verbs.

  • 3. The word “was” is what kind of verb?

  • 4. The word “sing’” is what kind of verb?


Verbs are awesome
Verbs are Awesome

  • Action Verbs: show action. You can actually do it.

    Ex: Jumped, run, think, lift, laugh, walked, write, carry.


Verbs
Verbs

  • *Mental action verbs: show action, but you can not see them.

    Ex: Wonder, remember, expect, think


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Verbs

  • Visible Action Verbs: show action and you can see them.

    • Ex: run, jump, write


Auxillary verbs can be linking or helping memorize
Auxillary Verbs can be linking or helpingMEMORIZE!

Basic 5- is, am, are, was, were

B’s- be, being, been

D’s- do, does, did

H’s- has, have, had


Auxillary verbs
Auxillary Verbs

M’s- may, might, must

-ould’s- could, should, would

Misc.- can, shall, will


  • Linking Verbs

  • Connect a noun/ pronoun to a word that describes it (in the predicate). Always alone or with another linking verb. NEVER WITH ACTION VERBS!


HINT!

  • Find linking verb (s) look after them to see if there is an action verb.

  • No action verb = linking

  • Yes action verb = changes name to helping

  • They are buddies!


Linking verbs
Linking Verbs

Ms. C. is happy.

We were joyful after we won our game.

Max was happy after the good news.


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Linking Verbs

*Linking verbs are also called auxillary verbs because they can be linking or helping.

-Ex: New York is a city.

Fred was thrilled.

The food tasted good.


The linking verb test
The Linking Verb Test

Tina felt weak.

Substitute is, am, are, for the underlined verb.


Linking verb test
Linking Verb Test

  • Tina (is) weak?

  • If it makes sense then it is a linking verb.

  • Zelda felt the cloth.

  • Zelda (is) the cloth? Ha, ha.


Find and identify verbs
FIND and IDENTIFY VERBS

  • I wrote that story.

  • I am hungry.

  • I was running away.

  • He was fast!

  • I can be strong!

  • Down the street he walked.

  • We are awesome!


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Linking Verbs!

  • Linking Verbs link one word to a description.

  • The room was cold.

  • A movie is a difficult project.



The office sends call slips for students.

We have been watching a great movie.


Zelda was joyful.

We could have been the winners.

The tree is beautiful.


Helping verbs
Helping Verbs:

Added before or after an action verb to make a verb phrase ( a group of verbs ).

*a linking verb with an action verb changes it’s name to “helping.”


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Helping Verbs

  • Is running

  • Was swimming

  • Could be skipping

  • Should have been writing

  • Vs. She is happy.


Identify these as linking or helping verbs:

Zelda has a cold.

Max was playing basketball.

We werebeing zany.

The students are writing their essays.

Practice


Helping or linking
Helping or linking?

  • Ex: The plant is growing very fast.

  • The plant is green.

  • The dog is cute.

  • The dog is _________ after the car.

  • The boy was happy.

  • The boy was _________ because he was happy.


Time to play
TIME TO PLAY…

  • Ms. C.’s awesome Verb GAME!


Class copy
Class Copy

  • Judy sang a song for the talent show.

  • We should leave soon.

  • Zelda ran to the football field.

  • I am hungry by lunchtime.

  • Ms. C. was happy.

  • Ms. C. was teaching an awesome lesson.

  • We could have won the game!


Verbs awesome review
VerbsAwesome Review:

  • 1. A word that expresses an action is called a/an

  • 2. We talked on the phone.

    Name the verb and what kind of verb it is.

  • 3. The teacher corrects all of the late assignments.

    What is the verb?:

    A: corrects all C: teachers

    B: of D: corrects


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VerbsAwesome Review:

  • 4. Adverbs end in .

  • 5. Adverbs describe or “modify”, , or .

  • 6. We walked down the dark street quickly because it was spooky.

    Name the adverb.

  • 7. Adjectives describe .


Verbs awesome review2
VerbsAwesome Review!

  • 8. Ms. C. happily held up her bright, new pen.

    List the adjectives.

  • 9. List all of the auxillary verbs.

    GO!


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VerbsAwesome Review:

  • Ms. C is happy.

  • The word ‘is’ links what two words?Choose the group of words that contains only the basic 5 auxillary verbs:

  • Is that was were she

  • Was were can shall will

  • Is am are was were



Adjective and adverb pre test
Adjective and Adverb Pre- Test

1. Adjectives describe what part of speech?

2. Adverbs usually end in what two letters?

3. Adverbs describe what part of speech?


Adjective

  • An adjective is a word that modifies (describes) a noun or pronoun.

  • Examples: cold room, stormy weather, golden sun, bright light, soft sweater, wonderful job, happy dude.


Adjective

  • Questions to ask:

    • What kind? Fast riders.

    • Which one? First lap.

    • How many? Five teams.

    • How much? More applause.

  • Nouns can be adjectives: Examples: dirt road, glass window.


Identify these:

pink

this

soft

delicious

love

fantastic

spooky

mine

is

Practice


Adverbs

An adverb is a word that modifies (describes) a verb, adjective, or other adverb.

Ex:

Sang loudly

Quickly ran


Intensifiers:

Adverbs that modify adjectives and other adverbs.

We very quietly finished our awesome assignment.

The student wore an extremely bright shirt.


  • Examples:

  • I strongly believe that students shouldshow respect.

  • Ancient Chinese warriors fired very powerful rockets.

  • She almost always turns her work in on time.


  • Questions to ask:

  • How? Jimmy sings loudly.

  • When? Zelda sometimes walks.

  • Where? She spilled everywhere.

  • To what extent? We are extremely fortunate.



Pre test
Pre-test

  • Write a word that is a conjunction.

  • Write the definition of a preposition.

  • What do interjections show?


Prepositions
Prepositions

  • Shows position in time or place/space.

    • Ex: Under, after, in, during, through


Practice
Practice

  • We very quickly walked in the cafeteria.

  • Ms. C. gave directions before the awesome quiz.

  • During break amazing girls chat with their friends.


Interjections
Interjections

  • Shows emotion

    • Ex- Hey! Wow! No, ugh, well,


Coordinating conjunctions
Coordinating Conjunctions

  • Used to join words or sentences

    • And, but, for, nor, or, yet, so


Articles
Articles

  • Only the words

    • A, an, the

    • They name a thing

      • A ball

      • An idea


Practice1
Practice

  • Denton was keeping score during class.

  • Ms. C. is happy.

  • Wow, Ms. C. very quickly ran to the store.




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