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Parts of Speech

English Language Arts, Grade 4

Every sentence contains two parts of speech: a noun or pronoun and a verb. Nouns are people, places, and things. They can be the subject of a sentence. man forest dessert Proper nouns are specific people, places, or things. They can be the subject of a sentence. Joel Colorado Hershey’s ice cream Pronouns take the place of nouns. They can be the subject of a sentence. he, she, they, we, you, I Verbs show action or existence. A verb must match the subject of the sentence. Here are some action verbs: cry, sit, leap Here are some being verbs: am, was, were, will be, is There are three main verb tenses: past, present, and future. The tense tells when the action takes place. The Subject and Verb Must Agree The subject of a sentence is the person, place, thing, or idea that the sentence is about. It can be a noun, a proper noun, or a pronoun. A singular subject has a singular verb. Past tense: Lisa giggled at the cat. Present tense: Lisa giggles at the cat. Future tense: Lisa will giggle at the cat. A plural subject has a plural verb. Past tense: The cows walked into the barn. Present tense: The cows walk into the barn. Future tense: The cows will walk into the barn. NOTE: when the subject is singular, the present-tense verb usually ends in s. When the subject is plural, the present-tense verb usually does NOT end in s. The newborn lamb stands on wobbly legs. The newborn lambs stand on wobbly legs. COLORADO Parts of Speech Visit for Online Learning Resources. © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 92-4053
Circle the sentence’s subject. Underline the verb. 1. Six deer ran through the field. 2. The sun shines brightly. 3. Mom will make dinner soon. 4. She brushes her hair out of her eyes. 5. His dog will eat anything! 6. Quietly Melissa tiptoes down the hall. 7. Both boys race past the finish line. 8. My brother waved goodbye to me. 9. Is her phone over there? 10. I will ride roller coasters tomorrow! Underline the sentence’s subject. Circle the correct present-tense verb form. 11. Andy write /writes a column for the school newspaper. 12. They don’t/doesn’t know where the keys are. 13. You peek/peeks under the bed. 14. We plan/plans to open a coffee shop in May. 15. He eagerly open/opens the gift. 16. The baby play/plays with the toy. SAM M2 M2 C 1 GHI PQRS Parts of Speech Visit for Online Learning Resources. © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 92-4053
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