A word which is a person, place, thing or idea. Nouns can be countable or uncountable.
E. g. : Mount Everest, book, horse, Prakash, strength, car, Taj Mahal, China, house, child
A word that is used to take the place of a noun. There are a number of pronouns such as subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive and demonstrative pronouns.
E. g. : I, they, their, ourselves, itself, your, my, nobody, who, which, her, we
A word that is used to describe a noun or pronoun. There are various types of adjectives which can be studied in more depth on the adjective page.
E. g. : proud, purple, French, few, this, huge, sad, second, none
A word that indicates an action, being or state of being.
E. g. : play, run, think, study, smell, wait, be, drive, renounce, fill
A word that is used to describe a verb which tells how, where, or when something is done.
E. g. : carefully, often, very, intelligently, quite, too, rarely, never
A word that is used to join words or groups of words. Conjunctions are used to connect two sentences into one more complex sentence.
E. g. : and, or, but, neither, because, while, since, although
A word used indicating the relationship between a noun or pronoun to another word. There are numerous prepositions in English used in a variety of manners.
E. g. : in, until, of, from, after, under, beyond, across, toward
A single word used to express strong emotion.
E. g. : Wow! Ah! Oh! No!
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