Noun – word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.
Example: dog, flower, girl, boy, mountain, rock.
Verb – is an action word or state of being. It tells what happen in a sentence.
Examples: run, swim, jump, think, laugh, cry.
Adjective – is a describing word. It will describe a person, place or thing.
Examples: small, heavy, red, orange, smart, kind, loyal, angry.
Pronoun – is a word that replaces a noun.
Examples: he, she, her, him, it, they, them.
Preposition – describes information about phrases in a sentence, such as how words relate to each other.
Examples: across, above, in, from, underneath, onto, on, behind.
Conjunction – are connecting words which connects two phrases together. If the phrases are independent, they should be separated by a comma after the conjunction.
Interjection – used to express emotion or excitement. and they are usually followed by exclamation marks.