Parts of Speech | English Grammars

Hi friends, in this post you will learn Parts of speech of English Grammars. In English there are eight types of parts of speech,let’s see one bye one.

  1. Noun
  2. Pronoun
  3. Verb
  4. Adjective
  5. Adverb
  6. Preposition
  7. Conjunction
  8. Interjection
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Noun is the name of the person, place, animal or thing.


  1. Harish writes a letter.
  2. Mumbai is a big city.
  3. Seema reads a book.
  4. Honesty is the best police.


A pronoun is a word which is used instead of a noun.


  1. Ram is a boy. He studies in 10 standard
  2. Seeta is a girl. She sings sweetly.
  3. I saw a lion. It was big.

3. Verb

A verb is a word used to say something about some person place or thing.


  1. He writes a letter.
  2. Shyam laughs I talk.
  3. We took tea.

4. Adjective

Adjective is a word which qualifies a noun or pronoun.



  1. She is very beautiful.
  2. The cow is black.
  3. The flower is red.
  4. You are kind.


5. Adverb

An adverb is a word used to add something to the meaning of a verb an adjective or another adverb.


  1. He runs fast.
  2. He run very fast.
  3. She sings sweetly.
  4. She is very beautiful.


6. Preposition

A preposition shows the relation of one word with another in the sentence.


  1. A monkey was sitting on a tree.
  2. He is sitting under the tree.
  3. Ramesh walks with Ravi.
  4. A bird was flying over my head.

7. Conjunction

A conjunction is a word which joins two words or two sentences.


  1. Ram and Shyam play in the field.
  2. As soon as I entered the room, I saw a snake.
  3. Do or die.

8. Interjection

An interjection expresses some sudden feeling of the heart.


  1. Wow! We won the match.
  2. Oh ! I forgot to call her.
  3. Alas! We missed him.
  4. Hey! Do you know where you are going.

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