English Grammar Parts of Speech. By: Mr. Jim Ruiz. Acknowledgement. The videos presented in this presentation were created by: School House Rock The Grammarheads. Quit. Noun. Word that means: -a person -a place -a thing. Ex. Jimmy read a book in the park .
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By: Mr. Jim Ruiz
The videos presented in this presentation were created by:
School House Rock
Word that means:
Ex. Jimmy read a book in the park.
-Jimmy is a noun because it is a person’s name.
-Book is a noun because it is a thing.
-Parkis a noun because it is
Video about Nouns
Song about Nouns
Word that takes the place of a noun.
Ex. John rode on John’s tractor. (Incorrect sentence)
-Correct sentence: John rode on histractor.
Video about Pronouns
Song about Pronouns
Word that modifies or describes a noun.
Video about Adjectives
Song about Adjectives
Ex. The tall man is presenting ablue car, a red car and a lightbrown car…
-Tall is an adjective because it describes the man.
-Blue, red, and light brown are adjectives because they are describing the color of a car.
Word that shows what something or someone is doing.
Video about Verbs
Song about Verbs
Ex. Mr. and Mrs. Banana are dancing at a party.
-Dancing is a verb because it shows what Mr. and Mrs. Banana are doing.
Word that can tell how, when, or where an action happened.
Video about Adverbs
Song about Adverbs
Ex. Jessica quickly answered the question.
-How did Jessica answer? Quickly.
Words that specify place, direction or time.
Video about Prepositions
Song about Prepositions
Ex. A frog under the flower.
-Under is a preposition because it specifies place.
Conjunctions connect words, phrases, clauses, or even entire sentences.
Ex: “and, or, but, for, so & yet.”
Ex. Grapes are purple orgreen.
-Or is the conjunction. It connects purple and green.
Video about Conjunctions
Song about Conjunctions
Word that express feelings or emotions. They are at the beginning of a sentence followed by ! or ,
Ex. Sorry, I didn’t mean to step on your toe.
-Sorry is an interjection because it is at the beginning of the sentence and it expresses a feeling.
Video about Interjections
Song about Interjections
What is a Noun?
Noun Balloon Game
Basketball Noun Game
What is a Pronoun?
Pronoun Rags to Riches Game
Pronoun Balloon Game
What is an Adjective?
The Adjective Detective Game
Adjective Adventure Game
What is a Verb?
Verb Balloon Game
What is an Adverb?
Adverb Battleship Game
Adverb Rags to Riches
What is a Preposition?
List of Prepositions
Preposition Basketball Game
Preposition Football Game
What is a Conjunction?
List of Conjunctions
Conjunction Rags to Riches Game
Conjunction Wheel of Fortune
Conjunction Duel Game
What is an Interjection?
List of Interjections
Interjections and Conjunctions Millionaire Game