part of speech| function or "job"| example words| example sentences| Verb| action or state| (to) be, have, do, like, work, sing, can, must| EnglishClub.com is a web site. Ilike EnglishClub.com.| Noun| thing or person| pen, dog, work, music, town, London, teacher, John| This is my dog. He lives in myhouse. We live in London.| Adjective| describes a noun| a/an, the, 2, some, good, big, red, well, interesting| I have two dogs. My dogs are big. I like big dogs.| Adverb| describes a verb, adjective or adverb| quickly, silently, well, badly, very, really| My dog eats quickly. When he isvery hungry, he eats reallyquickly.| Pronoun| replaces a noun| I, you, he, she, some| Tara is Indian. She is beautiful.| Preposition| links a noun to another word| to, at, after, on, but| We went to school on Monday.| Conjunction| joins clauses or sentences or words| and, but, when| I like dogs and I like cats. I like cats and dogs. I like dogs but I don't like cats.| Interjection| short exclamation, sometimes inserted into a sentence| oh!, ouch!, hi!, well| Ouch! That hurts! Hi! How are you? Well, I don't know.|
NOUN – names in person, place, things or idea
* If you look up there you can see a bat flying between the trees. * Could you get some bread when you go to the supermarket? * The air is quite clear today.
* He hit the ball out of the park.
PRONOUN - is used in place of one or more nouns or pronouns
* The teacher gave all of them good grades.
* Tommy gave his poetry book to her.
* Then, Azra gave it to me.
Singular: I, me, you, she, her, he, him, it
Plural: we, us, you, they, them
ADJECTIVE - modifies a noun or a pronoun and answers these
questions: which? what kind of? how many? ADVERB - modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb and answers these questions: when? where? how? how much? why? PREPOSITION - shows the relationship of a noun or a pronoun to...