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THE PARTS OF SPEECH Your vocabulary words will NOT include: Conjunctions, pronouns, prepositions, interjections, or articles. Focus your attention on Nouns, Verbs, & Adjectives. There are only 2 adverbs in the 15 units. NOUN. A noun’s the name of anything….

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The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

THE PARTS OF SPEECH

Your vocabulary words will NOT include:

Conjunctions, pronouns, prepositions,

interjections, or articles. Focus your

attention on Nouns, Verbs, & Adjectives.

There are only 2 adverbs in the 15 units.

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS/ REVISIONS BY B. WULCHAK


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

NOUN

A noun’s the name of anything…

…as in school or garden, slide or swing.

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS/

REVISIONS BY B.WULCHAK


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

ADJECTIVE

Adjectives describe the kind of noun …

…as in great or small, pretty, white or brown.

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS/

REVISIONS BY B. WULCHAK


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

PRONOUN

Instead of nounsthepronounsfit…

…as inheandyouandtheyandit.

YOU !

he

It

they

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

VERB

Verbstell of something being done…

…to read or write, sing, jump or run.

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

ADVERB

How, when and where the adverbs tell…

…as in slowly, still or now or well.

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

CONJUNCTION

Conjunctions join the words together…

…as in menandwomen,windorweather.

Word

Glue

Conjunctions

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

PREPOSITION

The preposition stands before the noun…

…as in through a window or under the crown.

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

INTERJECTION

The interjection shows surprise…

…as in “Oh, how stupid,” “Ah, how wise.”

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

ARTICLES

Three little words you often see..

…are articles a, an, and the.

a

an

the

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The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

THEY ALL ARE CALLED THE PARTS OF SPEECH, WHICH READING, WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

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The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

ADJECTIVES WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

PRONOUNS

NOUNS

ADVERBS

VERBS

CONJUNCTIONS

ARTICLES

PREPOSITIONS

INTERJECTIONS

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The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

NOUN CHALLENGE WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Remember, a noun is the name of anything as in school or garden, slide or swing.

Write two nouns for the letter “e” that mean “high praise.

E= ?

E= ?

(*Many nouns end in –tion, -sion, -ian, -ance, -ence and –ity)

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS/

REVISIONS BY B.WULCHAK


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

ADJECTIVE CHALLENGE WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Remember, an adjective describes the noun. Can you guess these adjectives from Unit 1 Vocab.? Notice adj. endings.

an (a)___ society (wanting to get & gain) -ive

a (b)___ day (ordinary) -al

a (g)___ subject (related to the discussion)

an (i)___ appetite or thirst (unquenchable)

an (i) ___, stubborn person (unyielding)-ient

an (i)___, offensive remark (hateful)-ous

(*hint- Many adjectives end in –ous, -able, --ible, -al, -ive, -ient, -ent, -ic, -less, -ish)

Slide s by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS/

REVISIONS BY B. Wulchak


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

PRONOUN CHALLENGE WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Remember, instead of nouns the pronouns fit , as in he and you and they and it.

Here are some more pronouns. Which are nominative, which are objective, and which are possessive?

LIST THEM--NOM. OBJ. POSS.

she him we them I me

us ours yours mine theirs

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS/

REVISIONS BY B.WULCHAK


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

VERB CHALLENGE WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Remember, verbs tell of something being done; to read or write, sing, jump or run.

What verbs are defined from Unit 1?

to imitate –

to take without right-

to delay for time-

(*hint many verbs end in –ate)

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS

REVISIONS BY B.WULCHAK


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

ADVERB CHALLENGE WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Remember, how, when and where the adverbs tell, as in slowly, still, or now or well.

Here are some more adverbs.

Quickly, SUMMARILY- abruptly, without formality , fiercely, clearly, soon,

Here, yesterday, tomorrow, everywhere

(* hint – Many adverbs end in –ly.)

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS/

REVISIONS BY B.WULCHAK


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

CONJUNCTION CHALLENGE WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Remember, conjunctions join the words together as in men andwomen or wind and weather.

Here are some more conjunctions.

If because while

But when although

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The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

PREPOSITION CHALLENGE WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Remember, the preposition comes before the noun, as in through a window or under the crown.

Here are some more prepositions to list.

on by between under

for at with to

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The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

INTERJECTION CHALLENGE WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Remember, an interjection shows surprise as in “Oh, how stupid!” or “Ah, how wise!”.

Here are some more interjections.

Eh ugh hey oh ah

Put one at the beginning of these sentences:

“______ ,speak up I can’t hear you!”

“______ ,I don’t like this food!”

“______, don’t leave me behind!”

“______, what a beautiful sight!”

“______ ,it’s good to see you again!”

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS

REVISIONS BY B.WULCHAK


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

ARTICLES CHALLENGE WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Remember, you often see the articles a, an, andthe before a noun.

Can you fit the correct one into these sentences? Remember the rule concerning the use of ‘a’ and ‘an’ before words starting with vowels.

I am __ avid , eager, enthusiastic sports fan.

My friend’s boat capsized in ___ maelstrom.

The arsonist threw __ incendiary bomb.

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS/

REVISIONS BY B.WULCHAK


The parts of speech your vocabulary words will not include

Of all the parts of speech, remember: WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

Your vocabulary words will NOT include:

Conjunctions— (and, but, for)

Pronouns– (I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, him, her, it, us, them, etc.)Prepositions-- into, under, through, inside, etc. Interjections– Gee!, Huh?, Ugh!, Wow!, etc.or Articles -- a, an, the

Focus your attention on

Nouns,

Verbs, &

Adjectives.

There are only 2 adverbs

in the 15 units.

Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS/

REVISIONS BY B.WULCHAK


Learn these helpful endings suffixes
Learn these helpful endings (suffixes): WRITING & SPEAKING TEACH.

*Many Nouns end in –tion, -sion, --er, --ir,

-ian, --ia, --ness, -ance, -ence, --ist, --y , and –ity.

*Many Adjectives end in –ous, -able, --ible, -al, -ive, -ient, -ent, -ic, -less, --ful, and –ish.

*Many Verbs end in –ate,

--ize, --en, --ify.

*Many Adverbs end in –ly.

Original Slides by MAXINE CLARKE OBPS

REVISIONS BY B.WULCHAK