Parts of Speech (Grammar Lesson) – Noun, Verb, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb, Conjunction, and More



Learn the eight parts of speech: 1) Noun, 2) Verb, 3) Pronoun, 4) Adjective, 5) Adverb, 6) Conjunction, 7) Preposition, and 8) Interjection. In this video, we define each part of speech and go over examples.

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41 thoughts on “Parts of Speech (Grammar Lesson) – Noun, Verb, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb, Conjunction, and More

  1. Can i just say something
    THE "TEACHER " CANT TEACH BECAUSE WHEN SHE explain for like a hole 2 hours on this im half asleep or my brain just refuses to listen …… school sucks😑

  2. i know this all, but i can't construct a proper sentence verbally or during conversation, what should i study to improve ?

  3. This was what make me headache the most……….words with multiple part of speech like ed and ing adjective, noun, verb, and adverb. How are we gonna use them because some of them all have the same definition……..so what do we do??? how are we gonna use the words and communicate with others without worry about that we using the wrong word because of its definitions are incorrect. ??????? please reply soon……..English language has driven me crazy………

  4. 🙁 The presentation is very clear, but there are TWO ERRORS. At 4:46, he gives the example "Before the game, the team practiced" and says BEFORE is a conjunction. NO. In this example, BEFORE is a preposition. In order to be a conjunction, BEFORE must be in a clause, meaning there is a subject AND a verb: "Before the game began, the team practiced." In this new example, BEFORE is now a conjunction. At 5:44, he gives the example "I did my homework after I ate" and says the word AFTER here is a preposition. NO. In this example, AFTER is a conjunction because it is introducing the clause I ATE. In order to be a preposition, AFTER must be used with a noun but no verb: "I did my homework after lunch." 🙂 I am looking for a nice, simple, clear video of the 8 parts of speech for my online class (that I teach), and this video looked good until I saw these two glaring errors. Can you remake this video???

  5. You have an extra idea to give an instructions but your letters are pretty small and wall lightning is too much white bright.

  6. This video is so well made! Thank you to the producer of this content. I wanted to find something quick and easy to refresh my memory from grade school and this video did exactly that. Great video content, great video quality (audio/video), and great teacher reviewing the material. Educational content like this is truly the gold standard of YouTube education ☺️🙌🤩📚💡

  7. Funny I’ve been an English speaker my whole life , and I struggle to remember what these where , is this normal or am I slow ?

  8. The 8 parts of grammar:

    Nouns:

    Definition: A person, place, thing, or idea

    Examples: Obama, field, pencil, or fear

    Verbs:

    Definition: an action or a state of being

    Examples: Run, jump, am, was, or were

    Pronouns:

    Definition: a word that can replace a noun (for instance instead of saying James, one might say he)

    Examples:

    Definite pronouns: Him, he, his, she, etc.

    Indefinite pronouns: many, few, all, everyone, nobody, etc.

    These address more than one thing

    Adjectives:

    Definition: a word or phrase that describes a noun

    Examples: Blue, slow, weird, etc.

    Adverbs:

    Definition: a word or phrase that modifies a verb, and adjective, or another adverb.

    Examples: quickly, beautifully, etc.

    Conjunctions:

    Definition: words that join words or groups of words

    Three categories:

    Coordinating:

    For, and, nor, but, or, yet, so (FANBOYS)

    Correlative: (ones that have multiple parts)

    either /or, neither/nor, both/and

    Subordination:

    Before, after, during, until, whereas

    Prepositions:

    Definition: words that show the relationship between two things (in space, time, and logic)

    Interjections:

    Definition: words used to convey emotion through some kind of exclamation

    Examples: Oh! Ouch! Whoa!

    Like if this helps!

  9. Thank you so much, I have a semester class and the teacher spent half of a quarter on that, for the whole time I didn't understand anything, tomorrow I have a test on it and you just explained everything, again thank you so much!

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