Parts of the Speech Fourth Grade English Class

Parts of the Speech Fourth Grade English Class

Parts of the Speech Fourth Grade English Class Academia Santa Rosa Prof. Eddie Ortiz Roman, Ph.D Principal. Dr. Lorrie Cuevas Article Article: an article is what modifies the noun in the sentence. There are three types of articles: ( The , A, An ) There are two kinds of articles : a) Definite article ( The ) b) Indefinite article: ( A , An )

Hint: The article is always in the beginning of the sentence. It is never in the middle of the sentence Definitions of definite article and indefinite article. a) A definite article specifies an specific group. It is something that you could see, you could prove. Example : The red apple looks delicious. d.a So that means the person will be eating only the red apple. Because e can see and identify the red apple. b) Indefinite article: An indefinite article doesnt specifies an a specific group. Because we cant prove who or whom we are talking about. Examples: ex #1 A young boy is wearing white pants and blue shirt. In this case we dont know which boy we are referring too.

ex #2 An interesting book was read by the teacher. In this case we dont know which book we are referring too. Nouns - Definition: A word or word group that is used to name a person, place, thing, or an idea. -Examples: Mrs. Pruett, Texas, suitcase, and freedom. Pronouns A pronoun always substitute the noun in the sentence. Examples of pronuns are: I , We , He , She, It , They , his, hers, ours, your, your , us Examples a) Tommy is a good boy. We substitute Tommy for He .

He is a good boy b) Mary is eating a sandwich. We substitute Mary for she She is eating a sandwich. c) Pedro and Jack are playing ball. We substitute the nouns They are playing ball. d) John and I will be seeing a movie. We substitute John and I We will be seeing a movie e) John and Sara will be studying in the library with Mary and Pete. They will be studying in the library with them. Pronouns - Definition: A word that is used in place of one or more nouns or pronouns. -Examples: I, they, your, our, she, we, them, he, us, him, his, their, them, and its. He is playing

with the train. They are playing all together. Is she sleeping in her bed? Personal Pronoun -Definition: A personal pronoun refers to the one speaking is first person, the one spoken to is second person, or the one being spoken to is third person. -First Person: I, me, my, mine, we, us, ours, our. -Second person: you, yours, your. -Third person: He, him his, she, her, hers, it, its, they, them, Look, I am

their, theirs. good at reading! They are playing jump rope. You click the icon to open the Adjective -Definition: A word that is used to modify a noun or a pronoun. Green

Die. Transpare nt ghost Old Man Haunted House Adjectives An adjectives describes the noun in the sentence. Examples: 1) The red car is in the garage. In this sentence red is describing the car. What color is the car? Red 2)The lovely girl is with her mom. In this case lovely is describing the girl.

How was the girl? lovely 3)The yellow submarine is mine. How was the submarine? yellow Demonstrative Adjectives and Articles -Demonstrative Adjective: -Definition: A demonstrative adjective is an adjective modifies a noun or pronoun. -Example: -Did Jenifer draw this one or that one? -Lets take these sandwiches and those apples on our picnic. -Articles: -Definition: An Indefinite Article is when they refer to any member of a group.

-Examples: -A girl won. -The one day sale is on Saturday. Verb -Definition: A verb that is used to express action or a state of being. -Example: Texting, jumping, push, doing. Mom helps Jack do his homewor k. She is exercising.

The boys get on the bus. Linking Verbs A linking verb joins the noun in the sentence. Examples of Linking are: a) Be and be is divided in the kinds: ( am is are ) 1) We use am as a first person singular. example I am a teacher. Am is a linking verb

2) We use is as a second person singular. We use is with He , She , It He is a teacher. She is a nurse. It is very nice. 3) We use are as a third person plural. We us are with We They You Example. We are very tired today. You are a very bright student They are very exciting from the ball game. Linking Verbs The 10 linking Verbs are:

be appear seem became smell sound grow look

taste feel Helping Verbs -Definition: Helping Verbs help the main verb express action or a state of being. -Examples: can, do, has, might, should, and could. Hey! You should put the toys in the box. Please, can you cut the cake now? Adverb

- Definition: A word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or adverb. - Examples: There, up, here, down, tomorrow, weekly, later, and early. (Think ly too.) The girl is going to ride her bike up the street. It is going to rain tomorrow and weekly from now on. Preposition -Definition: A word that shows the relationship of a noun or a pronoun to another word. (Remember the song!)

-Examples: Aboard, below, from, since, about, beneath, throughout, concerning, past, and without. This guy is from histor y. They are aboard the train. Conjunction -Definition: A word that joins word or words groups.

Decide whether or go. Coordinating Conjunctions: to stay -Examples: And, but, or nor, for yet so. -Examples: You are supposed to walk on the street or the sidewalk. Correlative Conjunctions: -Examples: Bothand, Not onlybut also, Whetheror. -Example: Both Jim and Roberto were standing outside.

Interjection -Definition: A word that expresses emotion. -Definition: An interjection has no grammatical relation to the rest of the sentence. -Examples: Crap! Wow! Yuck! Yippee! Uh-oh! Well! WEEE! Im Swinging! OWW! This Hurts. YUCK! This is nasty!

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