Theory:

Noun: A noun is a generic name for a person, place or thing in a class or group. Common nouns can be concrete, abstract or collective.
Example:
People: mother, father, baby, child, toddler, teenager, grandmother, student, teacher, minister, businessperson, salesclerk, woman, man
Animals: lion, tiger, bear, dog, cat, alligator, cricket, bird, wolf
Things: table, truck, book, pencil, iPad, computer, coat, boots
Places: city, state, country, continent, coffee shop, restaurant, park, zoo
Ideas: envy, love, hate, respect, patriotism, pride
Important!
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Adjectives: Adjectives describe the quality/features/quantity of the noun in the sentence. Adjectives give additional information about the noun in the sentence. It can modify the noun to denote quality, to indicate its quantity, order or extent, or can act as a complementing verb (action word).
Example:
1. She had a beautiful dress in her closet.
In this statement, the noun (dress) is described by the adjective (beautiful).
Here, the adjective has been used to define the quality of the dress.
 
2. She had a silky dress in her closet.
In this statement, the noun (dress) is described by the adjective (silky).
Here, the adjective has been used to define the feature of the dress.
Important!
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Verb: Verbs are words that show an action, occurrence, or state of being. Almost every sentence requires a verb.
Example:
1.. Dance
2. Develop
3. Loved.
Parts of speech from the lesson:
 
NumbersWords
Sentence
Parts of speech
1.
PerfectAll four stand perfectly still, listening. From far off a child’s voice is heard.Adjective.
2.
HardGracious! I’ve never seen it rain so hard and this is the third day of it.Adjective.
3.
FloodThe radio said the river was above flood stage this morning– whatever that means.Noun.
4.
InterruptHe is interrupted by the ring of the telephone. Amy exits left to answer it. Her voice can be heard clearly.Verb.
5.
BrightThe stage is not very bright.Adjective.
6.
OrganizeWell, girls, let’s get organized! Verb.
7.
ScaredOh, Jim, I’m scared!Adjective.
8.
IrritationRose: (from outside still at the telephone, with irritation)Noun.
9.
EmergencyI’m glad I served on the Junior Red Cross emergency squad during the war! Noun.
10.
SeriousAmy’s voice grows very seriousAdjective.
11.
SnappyEveryone make it snappy! Adjective.
12.
RescueWe’re rescued, we’re rescued! Come, Sara!Verb.