Parts of Speech

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Parts of Speech

As we now that a sentence is a group of different words that we randomly use to complete our speech and to understand it clearly.

To categories, the words to use it in an appropriate place in a sentence by understating its place value and meaning, this way formation of parts of speech occurs.

*Parts of speech is a way to identify the words group according to their meaning and use.

Parts of speech with their definitions and examples
Parts of speech with their definitions and examples

There are 8 groups in Parts of Speech to classify the words:

  1. Noun
  2. Pronoun
  3. Verb
  4. Adverb
  5. Adjective
  6. Preposition
  7. Conjunction
  8. Interjection

In brief, we discuss all parts of speech


Noun is a naming word.

The name of any person, place, animal or thing is known as noun.

To clearly know about Noun see the following examples:

Name of Persons: King Prithvi Narayan Shah, Abraham Lincon, etc.

Name of Places: Nepal, America, India, etc.

Name of Animals: Tiger, Lion, Cow, etc.

Name of Things: Sugar, Fan, Iron, etc.


The word we use in place of a noun is the pronoun.

The word used instead of a noun to avoid reuse of any noun in a paragraph or sentence many times.

Some of the examples of Pronoun are as follows

He, She, It, You, They, We, etc.


Verbs are Action words.

The words that show the work of any individual is known as Verb.

All the activities we perform comes under verb, here are some examples of the Verb:

Come, Read, Go, Eat, Drink, Fly, etc.


The word that describes more about any verb or adjective is Adverb.

The words that modify or describes the verb, adjective or another adverb.

Here are some examples of Adverb:

Rapidly, bravely, slowly, happily, etc.


The words that describe more about any noun or pronoun is known as an adjective.

The describing words that tell us more about any person, place, animal or thing to know their qualities.

The describing words are adjectives, here are some examples of Adjective:

Slow, Beautiful, Sad, Kind, etc.


The words that join two or more than two words or phrase or sentence is known as Conjunction.

The joining words are called a conjunction.

Here are some examples of Conjunction:

And, or, if, then, by, because, so, etc.


The words that show a relation between two nouns or pronouns in a sentence are called preposition.

The preposition words used to link up between nouns and pronouns in a sentence.

Here are some examples of preposition:

In, on, under, above, behind, between, etc.


The words that express sudden feeling or emotion is known as an interjection.

The words that have no particular meaning but used in a sentence with an exclamation mark (!) to

express sudden feelings.

Here are some examples of interjection:

Oh!, Ouch!, Bravo!, Hurry!, etc.

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