All Parts of Speech Chart with Examples

Parts of Speech Chart: We have explained in detail about Parts of Speech in our previous article, what is Parts of Speech, its definition, types, and examples understood.

Parts of Speech Chart with Examples

Today, through this article, we will understand it better through 8 Parts of Speech Chart with Examples.

8 Parts of Speech Chart

According to English grammar, there is a total of 8 Parts of Speech.

Through the chart published further, you will be able to understand 8 types of Parts of Speech easily in just 8 minutes.

Parts of Speech Chart in English

Parts of Speech Chart

Parts of Speech List

NounThe noun is a naming wordlike Person, Place, Animal, State, or, Thing.
PronounA Pronoun is a word that is used in place of a Noun.
VerbA Verb is a word that says something about some person or thing.
AdjectiveAn Adjective is a word used to qualify (or modify) a Noun or a Pronoun.
AdverbAn Adverb is a word that modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
PrepositionA Preposition is a word used with a Noun or Pronoun to indicate its relation to some other words in a sentence.
ConjunctionA Conjunction is a word used to join sentences or words together.
InterjectionAn Interjection is a word that expresses some sudden emotion or feeling of the mind.

Parts of Speech Chart with Examples

Parts of Speech Chart

Parts of Speech List with Examples

NounVirat, Jack, Aishwarya, Mumbai, New York, Lion, Dog, Happiness, Gold, etc.
PronounI, we, You, He, She, It & They, Mine, Ours, His, Hers, & Theirs, Myself, Yourself, Himself, Herself, Itself, Ourselves, Yourselves, Themselves, This, That, These, & Those, Each, Either, and Neither, Each Other and One Another, Who, Whose, Whom, Which, and That, What, Which, Whom, and Whose, Everybody, Somebody, Nobody, Anybody, One, Anyone, Someone, Everyone, Something, Nothing, Anything, Everything, Other, Little, None, Much, etc.
VerbIs, am, are, was, were, has, have, speaks, drives, helps, ask, play, promise, read, sing, wish, write, come, laugh, fall, die, sleep, smile, live, lie, go, exist, etc.
Adjectivesome, two, big, clever, Black, good, bad, intelligent, etc.
AdverbSlowly, loudly, clearly, badly, etc.
PrepositionIn, at, to, of, from, for, out, since, above, between, beside, behind, about, across, below, etc.
ConjunctionAnd, also, too, as well as, both…and, not only…but also, now, well, Either…or, neither…nor, else, or, otherwise, But, still, only, yet, however, nevertheless, whereas, For, therefore, then, so, etc.
InterjectionAh! Alas! Hark! Hurrah! Ah me! Alack-a-day! Good-bye! For shame! Woe is me! Good heavens! Oh dear me! Good gracious!


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