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Project Name: Parts Of Speech


Made By: Mandeep Kaur
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DEFINITION OF NOUN
A naming word is called a noun.
Types Of Noun

Common Noun

Proper Noun

Collective Noun

Abstract Noun
Example Of Noun
1. Limca is very popular.
2. Ludhiana is big city.
3. Nutan was a great actress of India.
4. The Charminar is in Ludhiana.
5. Soldiers are known for their bravery.
6. Books provide us with knowledge.
Verb
• A verb is a word that is used to describe
the action of a person, animal or thing.
Kinds Of Verbs

Transitive Verb

Intransitive Verb
Example Of Verbs
1. The baby cries.
2. The girls play.
3. A thief lives.
4. Their mother looked.
Adverb
An adverb is a word that describes a
verb.
Kinds of Adverbs

Adverb of Manner

Adverbs of time

Adverbs of place

Adverbs of Number

Adverbs of degree
Example Of Adverbs
• Ravi spoke jokingly.
• The sun will rise now.
• It is raining here.
• Once I traveled by ship.
• The tube is nearly full.
Adjective
An Adjective is a word that qualifies or
describes a noun.
Kinds of Adjectives

Quality

Quantity

Number

Demonstrative

Interrogative
Example Of Adjective
• The best student won the trophy.
• I drank all the milk in the cup.
• The boy had two balloons.
• This is a pilot pen.
• Which car is yours?
Modals
A Modal is an auxiliary verb which is used
with a main verb to indicate a particular
attitude such as possibility, obligation,
prediction etc.

Example: can, could, may, will, would, shall,

must, ought to, dare, need, used to.


Conjunctions
A Conjunction is a part of speech that
connects words, clauses or shows relations
between sentences.
Kinds Of Conjunctions

Co-ordinative

Subordinative

Correlative
Example Of Conjunctions
• Ram and Sham went to the market.
• (a) He continues gambling.
(b) He lost all his money.
He continued gambling till he lost all his
money.
3. He is so weak that he cannot walk.
Pronoun
• A pronoun is a word used in a place of a
noun.
Kinds Of Pronoun
1. Personal Pronouns (I, my, we, our, you, he,
his, it, her, mine)
2. Emphatic Pronouns (myself, herself,
ourselves, themselves)
3. Demonstrative Pronouns (this, those, that)
4. Indefinite Pronouns (one, none, some, few)
5. Distributive Pronouns (each, either, neither)
6. Interrogative Pronouns (what, who, which)
Determiners
That words determine the position of a
noun, are called Determiners.
Kinds Of Determiners
• Article (a, an, the)
• Demonstratives (this, that, these, those)
• Possessives (my, her, his, him, our, their)
• Numerical (one two, first, both, none, few,

every, either, neither)


• Quantitative (some, any, much, more, less,
little, a little, the little)
• Wh-Words (what, which, whosoever, whose)
Example Of Determiners
1. Our team won the match.
2. I have little money to help you.
3. You take an apple every day.
4. Each boy got a packet of sweets.
5. I do not see any sense in going there now.