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Parts of Speech

A NOUN is a person,
place or thing.
A PRONOUN is a word
that can take the place of a
noun.
A VERB is an action word.
An ADJECTIVE is a word
that describes a noun.
An ADVERB is a word
that describes a verb.
NOUNS
A NOUN is a person,
place or thing.
chef

store
Ex: My uncle and I went to the
school to pick up my backpack,
book and trumpet.
PRONOUNS
A PRONOUN is a word
that can take the place of a
noun.

Ex: I hope that we can go with him


to the basketball game and he will
sit with us.
VERBS
A VERB is an action word.

jump
read

Ex: At home I have to make my


bed, take out the trash, do my
homework, cook dinner and play
with my little brother.
ADJECTIVES
An ADJECTIVE is a word
that describes a noun.
(What kind? Which? How many?)

smart

hot
red

Ex: Did you see the tall giraffes,


the scary tigers, the crazy
monkeys, the loud birds and the
tiny bats at the amazing zoo?
ADVERBS
An ADVERB is a word
that describes a verb.
(How? When? Where?)

loudly
brightly

Ex: She told us to slowly and


quietly walk through the door and
then carefully sit in our seats.