Now that you have learnt to complete sentences with more appropriate words, it is time to learn different aspects of making a more complex sentence but at the same time easy to read and understand and that requires understanding Parts of Speech.
The Parts of Speech section offers worksheets that will help you learn Prepositions, Common vs. Proper Nouns, Adjectives, Verbs, Adverbs, Conjunctions, Pronouns and Interjections.
For example, You will have worksheets with exercise such as:
|1. The birds flew through the air.
2. The mouse ran across the room.
3. You can also check out Prepositions of Times worksheet to learn about: at, in, on, from…to
4. Check out Prepositions of Place worksheet to learn words such as from…to, in, on, beside, around, at, near.
|1. Maria and her cat are very nice.
2. Common vs. Proper Nouns worksheets help you understand the difference between them with examples such as
i. The Bulls won the game last night.
|3. Adjectives:||Adjectives are words used to modify a noun or pronoun.|
|1. The snake is long and green.
2. Orders of Adjectives worksheets help you understand the proper order of adjectives in a sentence.
i. She packed her clothes in a green flimsy cardboard / cardboard flimsy green box.
3. In the Comparative Adjective worksheet you will learn about Equal and Unequal comparisons such as
i. Equal: Julia is as tall as the book shelf.
4. Check out the Superlative Adjective worksheet to learn how to explain some feature to a greater or lesser degree than others. For example,
i. The building is __________(tall) in the neighborhood.
|1. The women painted a picture.
2. They should not be feeding the lion.
3. You can also learn about Adverbs that help you modify a verb, adjective or another adverb.
|Conjunction is a word or phrase that shows the relationship between two words, phrases, or clauses or equal rank.1. You must study hard in order to pass the exam.
2. There are different types of Conjunctions and in Coordinating Conjunctions you will learn how to use conjunctions such as and, or, for, nor, so, but and yet.
3. There are many Subordinating Conjunctions that help join dependent clause (incomplete thought) to an independent clause. For example, you will learn about words such as after,once, although, even though, when, because etc.
i. ________ my brother ______ my sister live in America.
|6. Pronouns:||A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. For example|
|1. Jane Renada lives in a haunted house.2. She lives in a haunted house.
3. Demonstrative Pronouns are those words that take the place of a particular object or people. Common demonstrative pronouns include words such as this, that, these, those, here and there.
4. Under Subjective Pronouns section, you will learn words that take the place of names of people or things. For example, I, We, You, He, She, It and They.
|7. Interjection:||Interjection is a word that expresses a strong feeling or command.|
|1. Wait! I am not finished.
2. Whew, that was close.
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