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What part of speech are the underlined words?

1. She thought of a wise plan. Thought is a ............................

verb adverb adjective

2. I want to go now. Now is a/an .....................................

preposition adjective adverb

3. Where are you going? You is a .....................................

verb noun pronoun

4. That was a lovely evening. Lovely is a/an .......................................

noun adjective adverb

5. My father works in a factory. Factory is a/an ...................................

pronoun noun adjective

6. She must be a stupid. Stupid is a/an .....................................

noun adjective verb

7. Selena is my best friend. Best is a/an ....................................

noun adjective adverb

8. The dress was expensive; still I bought it. Bought is a ....................................

verb adverb preposition

9. It is my doll. It is a/an .........................................

noun pronoun adjective

10. The sun gives us heat and light. Gives is a/an ........................................

verb pronoun adverb

11. Do it quickly. Quickly is a/an ..................................

adverb adjective verb

12. She went to the market to buy some vegetables. To is a/an....................................

verb preposition conjunction

13. Jasmines are white in color. White is a/an ....................................

noun adjective pronoun

14. The cat is under the bed. Under is a/an ...................................

preposition conjunction adverb


Overall Check-Up on Parts of Speech Directions
Identify the underlined words as noun (n), pronoun (pn), verb (v), auxiliary (aux), adjective (adj),
adverb (adv), preposition (p)

1. Paul Anderson was proclaimed the world-champion weight lifter.

2. He established this record by lifting 1175 pounds.

3. The records indicate that the first fight with boxing gloves was fought in 1818 in France.

4. My dog was digging up the garden in the morning.

5. He had so much to do that he went home early.

6. Not wanting to be rude, he made his apologies to his host.

7. "Ordinarily, I would not leave so soon, but I have so much to do," he told his host.

8. The understanding was between the guest and his host.

9. In 1876, R. Barnes of Chicago led the National League with an average of .403.

10. In the 1957 World Series, Lew Burdette won three games, two of which were shutouts.