Several weeks ago I wrote about a sentence requires a subject and a predicate. A week after that I also noted “a sentence must have a verb but the verb can also be a predicate.” However, today I want to briefly list the eight parts of speech: the verb, the noun, the pronoun, the adjective, the adverb, the preposition, the conjunction, and the interjection.
Parts of speech defines how words are being used. In my next post I will discuss how words can work as a noun in one sentence, and how that same word can be used as a verb or even an adjective in a different sentence structure.
- 8 Parts of Speech (businessmz866.wordpress.com)
- Parts of Speech at Work (mcriscam.wordpress.com)
- 9 Types of Functional Variation (dailywritingtips.com)
- Grammar Is a Pain in the Butt (vioramayobo.wordpress.com)
- Parts of Speech at Work (pbhavi.wordpress.com)
- Predicate (tikakm.wordpress.com)