There are five types of noun
- Proper Noun:- Names of People, Places and certain objects (John, London)
- CommonNoun:- Ordinary objects I.E that you can touch (Cat, Chair, Desk)
- Abstract Noun:- Ideas, feelings and items that cannot be sensed (Hope, Passion, Handsome)
- Collective Nouns:- Nouns that stand in place for a group of things (Ladies, Firemen, Soilders)
- Concrete Nouns:- Physical material (Wood, Microphone, Computer)
Pronouns can replace nouns, there isn't much to learn about pronouns expect they're here to avoid repetetively using nouns and 'spice up,' your work.
(He, She, It, They, Him, Her, their's)
Adjectives are describing words used to tell us infomationabout nouns.These give the reader a greater idea of the Scene, Object or Person involved ina situation.
(Strong, Small, Red)
Prepositions can tell you WHERE something is.
(Under, On top, Left, Down)
These also tell us how nouns and pronouns are similar to each other in various aspects.
(This is for my husband, I'll head off at 2 o'clock)
Adverbs are here to tell us more about each part of speech.Adverbs generally add 'ly' to the end of adjectives (Quickly,Smoothly,Gracefullly)
Adverbs can also an adjective. (He was Very stupid, As the cave fell in, there was Less oxygen)
Perhaps the least important part of speech, Conjunctions are used to join sentences together or extend existing sentences.
(But, So, Because, When, Was)
REMEMBER, YOU CAN NEVER START A SENTENCE WITHA CONJUNCTION.