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  1. 8 Parts of Speech 9th Grade English by: Melissa Rosloniec

  2. Learning Objective • In this lesson, we will be learning about the 8 parts of speech. You will learn the definitions, and be able to identify the different parts of speech in examples and sentences. (Standard 3001.1.1) 1.Noun 4.Adjective 7.Conjunction 2.Verb 5.Adverb 8.Interjection 3.Pronoun 6.Preposition

  3. Directions Click this button to go to the next page Click this button to go to the directions Click this button to go to the main menu Click this button to take the quiz Click this button to exit Main Quiz

  4. Main Menu Quiz Main

  5. Noun: • A word used to name a person, place, thing, or idea. • Ex. Brian, cat, uncle, sister • Ex. Texas, Tennessee, Germantown • Ex. door, table, computer • Ex. love, faith, liberty, honesty Main

  6. Verb: • Expresses action or a state of being. • Ex. jump, laugh, clap, talk, run • Ex. (to) be, have, do, like, is Main

  7. Pronoun: • A word that takes the place of a noun. • Ex. she, he, it, her, them, our • Ex. Pass me Melissa and Alex’s papers. Pass me their papers. • Ex. Megan ran to the park. She ran to the park. Main

  8. Adjective: • Words used to modify a noun or pronoun. Adjectives are descriptive words. • Ex. blue car • Ex. pretty girl • Ex. fast car Main

  9. Adverb: • A word used to modify a noun, adjective, or another adverb. An adverb answers the questions how, when, where, and to what extent. (Sometimes ends in -ly). • Ex. The dog eats quickly. • Ex. She is very hungry. • Ex. Kevin never rides a bike. Main

  10. Preposition: • Describes a relationship between other words in the sentence. • Ex. to, at, after, on, behind, through • Ex. The spider climbed in the box. • Ex. The mouse crawled through the hole. Main

  11. Conjunction: • Joins words, clauses, and sentences together. • Ex. and, but, when • Ex. I like English, but I do not enjoy reading. • Ex. The golfer carried the ball and the flagstick. Main

  12. Interjection: • Word used to express sudden emotion. It is usually followed by an exclamation point or a comma. • Ex. Ouch! That thorn pricked my finger. • Ex. Hi, I haven’t seen you in a long time! Main

  13. QUIZ Click to begin quiz

  14. Directions • For each of the following sentences, identify the correct part of speech for the word in bold.

  15. Question 1 • Walk faster if you want to keep up with me. • Adjective • Noun • Adverb • Verb

  16. Correct! • Click for next question

  17. Oops, Try Again • Adverbs describe how and to what extent. “Faster” describes how the person is walking or should be walking. Back to question

  18. Question 2 • She likes to run, but she does not like to play soccer. • Interjection • Conjunction • Pronoun • Preposition

  19. Correct! • Click for next question

  20. Oops, Try Again. • Remember, a conjunction is a word that joins sentences together. Back to question

  21. Question 3 • Wow! That car was driving very fast. • Conjunction • Noun • Verb • Interjection

  22. Correct! • Click for next question

  23. Oops, Try Again • Remember that an interjection shows excitement, or a sudden burst of emotion. Back to question

  24. Question 4 • The waffles that he made yesterday were delicious. • Pronoun • Noun • Adverb • Preposition

  25. Correct! • Click for next question

  26. Oops, Try Again • A noun describes a person, place, thing, or idea. Back to question

  27. Question 5 • Kevin gave her the slower boat so he could win the race. • Verb • Noun • Pronoun • Adverb

  28. Correct! • Click for next question

  29. Oops, Try Again • Remember that a pronoun takes the place of a noun. In this sentence, “her” can be substituted for another noun or pronoun. Back to question

  30. Question 6 • When she tried to pet the cat, it scratched her hand. • Adjective • Verb • Conjunction • Preposition

  31. Correct! • Click for next question

  32. Oops, Try Again • Remember which part of speech is used to show action or express a state of being. Back to question

  33. Question 7 • The girl can sit behind the desk to take the test. • Preposition • Adverb • Interjection • Adjective

  34. Correct! • Click for next question

  35. Oops, Try Again • Prepositions describes a relationship between other words in the sentence. A good thing to remember is the phrase “anywhere a mouse can go.” Prepositions are usually words that fit this category. • Ex: behind, through, in, around Back to question

  36. Question 8 • The smell of the raspberry tea lured the children inside the house. • Verb • Noun • Adjective • Pronoun

  37. Correct! Congratulations! You have successfully completed the parts of speech activity.

  38. Oops! Try Again • Raspberry is describing the type of tea. Remember what part of speech is used to describe nouns, pronouns, or other adjectives. Back to question

  39. Summary In this lesson we learned about the 8 parts of speech. Grammar is important both in writing and in reading. After completing the tutorial and quiz you should now be able to provide definitions and examples for each, and recognize the different parts of speech in sentences.

  40. References and Standards Works Cited • http://www.examples-help.org.uk/parts-of-speech/ • http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/parts-of-speech_1.htm • http://www.flashcardmachine.com/8-parts-ofspeech.html http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/GRAMMAR/index2.htm • http://users.owt.com/aqm/8parts2.htm State Standards • 3001.1.1 Demonstrate a mastery of the definitions, usage, and functions of the eight parts of speech. • SPI 3001.1.1 Demonstrate an understanding of the eight parts of speech, including their troublesome aspects, such as how to form the past and past participle of irregular but commonly used verbs. All images were obtained from Microsoft ClipArt

  41. Exit • Congratulations! You have successfully learned the 8 parts of speech.