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Parts of Speech ( 40 Task Cards With Answers )

This bundle contains 40 ready-to-use Parts of Speech cards that are perfect to test student knowledge and understanding of the Parts of Speech which are essential to proper grammar. It allows us to learn and execute proper sentence structure.

The answers are provided to help you measure your kids' understanding. You can use this worksheet either at class or home.

The Parts of Speech are essential to proper grammar. It allows us to learn and execute proper sentence structure. The eight parts of speech are nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions and interjections.

Noun – word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.

Example: dog, flower, girl, boy, mountain, rock.

Sentence Examples:
The dog barks.
The flower is beautiful.
The girl wears a school uniform.

Verb – is an action word or state of being. It tells what happen in a sentence.

Examples: run, swim, jump, think, laugh, cry.

Sentence Examples:
Nida will swim towards the boat.
Those animals jump high.
We will think about it.

Adjective – is a describing word. It will describe a person, place or thing.

Examples: small, heavy, red, orange, smart, kind, loyal, angry.

Sentence Examples:
The bag is small.
Can you lift the heavy luggage?
Roses are red.

Adverb – is a word that modifies a verb. Sometimes they end in the letters “ly.” It can also refer to where or when something happened.
Examples: quickly, forcefully, steadily, often, rarely.

Sentence Examples:
She ran away quickly.
The door was opened forcefully.
We often drink soda.

Pronoun – is a word that replaces a noun.

Examples: he, she, her, him, it, they, them.

Sentence Examples:
He loves to eat vegetables.
She is my friend.
I will tell her my secret.

Preposition – describes information about phrases in a sentence, such as how words relate to each other.

Examples: across, above, in, from, underneath, onto, on, behind.

Prepositional Phrases:
at the beach
in the blue chair
across the highway

Conjunction – are connecting words which connects two phrases together. If the phrases are independent, they should be separated by a comma after the conjunction.
Examples: and, but, yet, so, or.

Sentence Examples:
The colors can be red and yellow.
It has good quality but quite expensive.
Do you like coffee or tea?

Interjection – used to express emotion or excitement. and they are usually followed by exclamation marks.
Examples: Gosh, Phew, Wow, Yikes, Well.

Sentence Examples:
Yikes! That movie was scary!
Well, let’s see what will happen.
Wow! Congratulations!

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