The parts of speech in English are words that perform the same grammatical function in phrases and sentences. They are used to form a sentence. In this grammar guide, you will learn what the eight parts of speech are, how to identify each, and how to use each in a sentence.
A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea. There are different types of nouns in English.
This type of noun names a non-specific place, person, or thing.
This type of noun names a specific place, person, or thing.
This type of noun names something that exists physically and can be perceived with one of your senses.
This type of noun names ideas, emotions, and concepts. They have no physical existence.
This type of noun names something that can be counted as separate units. They have a singular and plural form.
✔︎ Apple à apples
✔︎ Book à books
✔︎ Mango à Mangoes
This type of noun names something that can’t be counted as separate units. They only have a singular form.
This type of noun is made of two or more words joined together.
This type of noun names a group of people, animals, or things.
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