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To communicate effectively with others ,we use different words which has different meanings. 
In English all of these words have been divided as per their function & meaning.
 Each group of similar word is called part of speech . 

  • Some words are used as Names of persons,places or things.
  • Some words are used instead of Names like he,she,it, they.
  • Some words are used to describe the quality/quantity of persons/things.
  • Some worlds are used to describe a work.
  • Some words are used to describe the quality of a work.
  • Some words are used to describe the position of a person/place or thing.
  • Some worlds are used to join two words or two sentences and add meaning accordingly.
  • some specific words are used to describe emotions and so on.

There are 9 parts of speech. Each is called a part of speech.

  • NOUN
  • VERB


The words which are used as names of  a person,place or thing  or anything that describes a name is called a Noun.


  • Ram  (Name of a person)
  • Howrah (Name of a Place)
  • Pen  (Name of a thing)


The words which are  used instead of  nouns like he,she,it, they are called Pronoun.


Avijit is a good boy. Avijit plays football. Avijit is the captain of the football team.

Here we are using name word Avijit thrice which doesn't sound so good. So we will use 
pronoun 'He' instead of Avijit . The sentences will look like these after use of pronoun.

Avijit is a good boy. He plays football. He is the captain of the football team.


Doing words are called verb. These words refer to any work or activity .


  • Rumela is singing a song.
  • Ranojit is playing football.
  • Sumita is cooking food.

Here singing,playing and cooking represents work and are called doing words. Any word that 
represents any kind of activity or work is called a verb.


An adverb is a word or an expression that modifies a verb, adjective, another adverb, determiner, clause, preposition, or sentence.


  • Ritu did not run badly.
  • Suchandra is running fast.
  • AB is very tall.
  • Sachin is eating slowly.
  • The race finished too quickly.
  • Fortunately, Lucy recorded Tom’s win.
In the above sentences badly,fast,very,slowly,too,fortunately are 


Adjectives are words tat modify a noun. Basically it describes te quality or quantity of a noun.


Sumita is a good singer.
Ronita is a beautiful lady.
Sachin is a good batsman.
There are 11 players in a cricket team.
Raju's car is red.

The words in the above sentences good,beautiful,11 and red are adjectives.


A preposition is a word or group of words used before a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase to show , time, place, location,direction, spatial relationships, or to introduce an object.
The preposition is placed before a noun or pronoun to show its relation with some other word in the sentence.


  • He sat on the chair.
  • There is some milk in the fridge.
  • She was hiding under the table.
  • The cat jumped off the counter.
  • He drove over the bridge.
  • She lost her ring at the beach.
  • The book belongs to Anthony.
  • They were sitting by the tree.
In the above sentences, the words on,in,under,off,over,atto and by represents prepositions.


A conjunction is a word that joins two or more words, phrases, or clauses or sentences.
It is basically a word that works for joining words,phrases or sentences.


Rakesh tried to hit the ball very hard but got only 2 runs.
Akash has two debit and one credit card
You can eat ice cream or cold drink
Neither the black dress nor the gray one looks right on me.
Rajesh always worked hard so that he can get good results.


An interjection is a word or phrase or sentence through which especially an emotion or feeling is understood  in a sudden or exclamatory way. These emotion words proceed many times with exclamation points but maximum with punctuation marks.


What a wonderful story!
Alas! Dilip is no more.
Congrats! you have won the quiz.
Bless you! It could not be done without you.
Cheers! India as won the match.


Articles are words that represent a noun as specific or unspecific.
In English, both "the" and "a/an" are articles, which combine with nouns to form noun phrases.
All of the English words "a," "an," or "the," are articles.
 It confirms whether any noun or noun phrases is a definite one or a common one.

Examples :

A Cow is eating grass. ( It's a general Cow, any cow)
The Cow is eating grass. ( It's a particular cow being said)

A boy is playing football.
The boy is playing football.

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