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English grammar Parts of speech rules and online tests

   Parts of speech

Noun ,Pronoun ,Adjective ,Verb Adverb, Preposition, Conjunction Interjection.

1) Nouns: 

                  The name of things, places, animals, people, qualities or feelings are called Nouns.

Some examples: 

Thing- Car, T.V. 

Persons - Aryan, Aarya 

Places - Pune, Nashik

Animals - Goat 🐐, Elephant 🐘. 

Common Noun- Girl, river. 

Proper noun - Radha,Ram

(2) Pronouns: 

                         Pronouns are the words that are used in place of nouns.

 Some examples: 

Personal pronoun-, we, you, he, she, it, they,

Demonstrative pronoun- This, that, these, those.

Relative Pronoun- Which, What, Whom, Whose

Reflexive Pronoun- Myself, Ourselves, yourselves, one self

(3) Adjectives: 

                         Words that are used to describe a noun are called Adjectives.

 Some examples: 

Adverb of quality- Brave, Kind, cruel green, small, new, big,

Adjective of quantity- Some, any much

Adjective of Number- One, Two, Three

(4) Adverbs: 

                      Words that tells us something more about action, verbs or Adjectives or other Adverbs arec alled Adverbs.

Some examples: 

(1) She eat fast. 

(2) He run slowly .

(3) I came to school yesterday.

other examples: here,once,twice, fully, quietly

(5) verbs: 

                 Words that express or state the action are called verbs.

Some examples: 

(1) They went to school.

(2) He wrote a letter.

(3) He made a kite.

(6) Prepositions: 

                             Prepositions are the words that are used before a Noun or a pronoun to show the relationship of these words (Noun or Pronoun) to some other part of the sentences.

 Some examples: 

1) His book is in the box.

2) My book is on the table.

3) Rahuri is between Shirdi and Ahmednagar.

 (7) Conjunctions: 

                             Conjunctions are words that join together two or more words or sentences.

 Some examples: 

(1) Arya, vaishnavi and Aryan are friends.

(2) Arnav stood first so he get trophy.

(3) He is poor but honest.

(8) Interjections: 

                          Words that express an emotion or some sudden feelings are called Interjections.

Some examples: 

(1) Oh!

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