Parts of Speech Overview. To Begin. On a clean piece of paper, number 1 - 20 Page 2 of your Holt Handbook. Complete the Diagnostic Preview: Identifying Parts of Speech. . Preposition Adjective Noun Verb Interjection Adjective Conjunction Adverb Adjective Preposition. Pronoun
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Page 4 in your Holt Handbook
Underline the nouns (there are two).
Circle the pronoun (the word that takes the place of, in this case, a noun)
Box the Antecedent (the noun the pronoun replaces)
Refer to page 9 in your Holt Handbook
Refer to page 13 in your Holt Handbook
Shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun, called the object of the preposition, to another word.
We drove around the parking lot.
(The compound noun parking lot is the object of around.)
We drove around for a while.
(Around modifies the verb drove.)
Write the complete sentences with the prepositions that you used.
Joins words or word groups
Expresses emotion and has no grammatical relation to the rest of the sentence.