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.
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.
Collective- One word for a group.
Examples: Team, class, jury.
Compound- Two or more words.
Examples: Basketball, fire fighter, baseball.
Concrete- can be touched.
Examples: Pencil, sky, folder, tree.
Abstract- An idea or feeling that can not be touched.
Examples: Happy, love, freedom.
Pg. 59 Ex A write sentence.
NOT…you’re= you are
Plural- these, those
Ex: Jumped, run, think, lift, laugh, walked, write, carry.
Ex: Wonder, remember, expect, think
Basic 5- is, am, are, was, were
B’s- be, being, been
D’s- do, does, did
H’s- has, have, had
M’s- may, might, must
-ould’s- could, should, would
Misc.- can, shall, will
Ms. C. is happy.
We were joyful after we won our game.
Max was happy after the good news.
*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.
Tina felt weak.
Substitute is, am, are, for the underlined verb.
We have been watching a great movie.
We could have been the winners.
The tree is beautiful.
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.”
Zelda has a cold.
Max was playing basketball.
We werebeing zany.
The students are writing their essays.
Name the verb and what kind of verb it is.
What is the verb?:
A: corrects all C: teachers
B: of D: corrects
Name the adverb.
List the adjectives.
1. Adjectives describe what part of speech?
2. Adverbs usually end in what two letters?
3. Adverbs describe what part of speech?
An adverb is a word that modifies (describes) a verb, adjective, or other adverb.
Adverbs that modify adjectives and other adverbs.
We very quietly finished our awesome assignment.
The student wore an extremely bright shirt.