Name of a person, place, animal, event, thing, or an idea.
Barack Obama, America, Book, Cat, Dog, Party, Love
“Barack Obama is the president of the United States of America.”
Is used in place of a noun or noun phrase to avoid repetition.
He, She, It, They, We, I, You
“He is the president of the United States.”
Describes, modifies or gives more information about a noun or a pronoun.
Beautiful, rich, ugly, tall, short
“Elena is very tall and beautiful.”
Shows an action or a state of being.
Go, walk, eat, play, swim, listen.
“I eat bread every day.”
Modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. It tells how (often), where, when.
Slowly, very, quickly, always, well
“Yesterday, I ate my breakfast slowly.”
Shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word.
At, on, in, with, about, too
“I left my keys on the table.”
Joins two words, ideas, phrases together and shows how they are connected.
And, or, but, because, yet, so
“I was sleepy and tired but still finished my work.”
A word or phrase that expresses a strong emotion. It is a short exclamation.
Ouch! Hey! Oh! Wow!
“Ouch! That hurts!”