PARTS OF SPEECH

Why the English Language seems so hard? But in actuality, it is not. Today we are going to know some basics of the English language. It will help us to vanish away the fear of this, So easy language.  We are talking about the PARTS OF SPEECH. 

There are EIGHT parts of speech.  Let's list them.

  1. NOUN
  3. VERB
Now let's elaborate on each and every part of the speech to clarify the concept.


The noun is the name of a particular person, place, animal, or thing.  The naming word is called noun. Examples:

Person- Bitu, Sandy, Pihu, Anna, etc.

Place- India, Gujarat, Australia, London, etc.

Animal- Dog, Tiger, Elephant, Deer, etc.

Bird- Parrot, Peacock, Sparrow, Crow, etc.

Thing- Blanket, Glass, Spoon, Pillow, etc.

The Pronoun is a word that replaces a noun.


A pronoun is a word that is used instead of a noun is a pronoun. The word that replaces nouns is a pronoun. Example:

  • I
  • He, She, It
  • We, You, They


The verb is a word,  that describes the physical or mental action, or state of a person.  Every sentence has a verb in English and in other languages also. The verb changes the tense of the sentence.

Physical Action- Jump, Read, Eat, Sleep, etc.

Mental Action- Think, etc.

State- Exist, etc.


An adjective is a word that describes a person, place, or thing. It says something about the subject or object. Like the size, shape, color, fragrance, taste, etc. of a person or thing.

Color- Red, Yellow, Blue, Pink, etc.

Size- Small, Big, etc.

Shape- Round, flat, etc.

Taste- Sweet, Bitter, Salty, etc.


The adverb is a word that modifies a verb, adjective, or sentence. It enhances the quality of the sentence by adding some more quality words. It describes How the action is done? In general, if we add 'ly' to a word, it becomes an adverb. It does not apply to all words.

Example: Slowly, Quickly, Loudly, Fortunetly, etc.


A simple breakdown of the word PRE-POSITION.

A preposition is a word or a group of words, that comes before a noun or pronoun. It gives information about the time, direction, place, location, etc. of the noun or pronoun.

Example: In, on, to, of, at, behind, under, etc.


A conjunction is a word that connects words or helps in joining words or sentences.

Example: But, And, Or, Although, etc.


An interjection is a word that is grammatically independent of the word around it. It expresses feeling rather than meaning.

Example: Oh!, Uh-Oh! Well! Hoorah!, etc.


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