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The Parts of Speech Rap

The Parts of Speech Rap      Play it! Parts-of-Speech-Rap

A proper noun is capitalized

to give a name to a person, place, or thing.

A common noun is categorized

as an idea, person, place, or thing.

A pronoun is used to take their place

in the subject or object case.

An adjective will make them define

How Many, Which One, or What Kind.

A verb can mentally or physically act

or states what a subject is to be.

An adverb describes an adjective, adverb, or verb

with How, When, Where, or What Degree.

A conjunction uses FANBOYS to coordinate

or connects ideas to subordinate.

A preposition shows a relationship

between the word and a pronoun or a noun.

The Parts of Speech Rap with Examples

A proper noun is capitalized

to give a name to a person, place, or thing.

Examples: Josh Edwards, U.S. Memorial Auditorium, Smith-Lee Award

A common noun is categorized

as an idea, person, place, or thing.

Examples: self-control, girl, ocean, license

A pronoun is used to take their place

in the subject or object case.

Examples: she (subject case), her (object case)

An adjective will make them define

How Many, Which One, or What Kind.

Examples: five, that, tiring

A verb can mentally or physically act

or states what a subject is to be.

Examples: knows (mental action), works (physical action), is (state of being)

An adverb describes an adjective, adverb, or verb

with How, When, Where, or What Degree.

Examples: slowly, early, there, very well

A conjunction uses FANBOYS to coordinate

or connects ideas to subordinate.

Examples: and (coordinating), although (subordinating)

A preposition shows a relationship

between the word and a pronoun or a noun.

Examples: through, since, after

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