Category: Parts of speech

Verbs

Verb  – Introduction Verb is defined as a part of speech or a word class that defines an action performed or a state of being of the noun or pronoun of the sentence. Unlike other parts of speech, a verb is a necessary part of...

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Pronouns

Pronouns – Definition and Concept A Pronoun is a part of a speech that is used instead of a noun, to refer to that particular noun. Pronouns are primarily of three types (first, second and third person pronouns). For...

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Prepositions of Time

“Prepositions of Time” help in indicating a particular time period when something has happened. It helps in discussing a time period of any incident. It allows in discussing about dates (weekly/yearly/days) or about...

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Prepositions of Place

What is a preposition? Prepositions are words in English Grammar that are usually placed before or in front of a noun or pronoun. It helps to express a relationship between the noun or pronoun to other words present in the...

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Prepositions

Definition and Concept Prepositions are all those groups of words or parts of speech that define a relationship between other words in a sentence, especially nouns, phrases and noun phrases. The relationship can be either...

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Nouns

Nouns – Introduction Noun is a Part of Speech or word class that conveys the name of the person, place, animate or inanimate thing, tangible or intangible thing, collection, etc. Basically any word that is the name of...

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Interjections

INTERJECTIONS – DEFINITION AND CONCEPT We have all learned different parts of speech like nouns, verbs,  adjectives etc. These are the common ones of the lot. Interjections are relatively lesser known. The term may sound...

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Conjunctions

Conjunctions – Definition and Concept Conjunction is a part of speech that joins two or more nouns, pronouns, phrases, coordinate clauses, main clause and a subordinate clause, etc. You have to be fast and agile to survive...

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Collective Nouns

Every day we come across many collective nouns during regular conversations, speech, etc. Words that denote more than one person, thing or place are changed into its plural form in the English Language, but the exception to this...

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