What is an Interjection?

What is an Interjection? :

What is a Noun? :

A noun is a naming word.

It names somebody or something.

Padma took the dog to the park.

In this sentence, PADMA is the noun.

The car makes a lot of noise.

In this sentence A CAR is the noun.

As in the above examples a noun is the name of a person (Padma), animal (dog), place (park), thing (car) or idea (noise).

A noun answers the question WHO IT IS? or WHAT IS IT?

If you wish to see if a word is noun, you may use such test frames as….

The _____________seemed nice.

His -----is good.

All the------------

What is a Pronoun?

A pronoun is a word used in place of a noun.

Tom is absent. Because he is ill.

HE has been used in place of TOM.

So, the word HE is the pronoun.

Read this book. It is very useful.

IT has been used in place of book.

So, the word IT is the pronoun.

Where are the shoes? Bring them here.

The word THEM has been used in place of shoes.

So, the word THEM is the pronoun.

There are seven pronouns. He, she, it, they, you, we and I are those pronouns.

What is an Adjective?

An adjective is a word that adds to the meaning of a noun or pronoun).

ADJECTIVE says something about the noun or pronoun in the sentence.

You are a good boy.

What kind of a boy?

A good boy : GOOD is adjective here.

That book is mine.

Which book is mine?

That book : THAT is an adjective.

He has won several prizes.

How many prizes?

Several prizes : SEVERAL is an adjective.

In these sentences, the adjectives GOOD, THAT and SEVERAL say something about the nouns that follow them.

An adjective is sometimes separated from the noun or pronoun it refers to.

The apple is sweet.

The adjective SWEET referes to the noun APPLE.

He became rich.

The adjective RICH refers to the prononn HE.

The wise woman…. (WISE is adjective.)

The new house…(NEW is adjective.)

The old things….(OLD is adjective.)

He seems to be sad. (SAD is adjective.)

It seems to be tense. (TENSE is adjective.)

What is a Verb?

Verb is a doing word.

It usually expresses an action.

Adul walked quickly.

The cow eats grass.

I posted the letter.

A verb MAY also express being.

She is tired.

He became a doctor.

In thers sentces, IS and BECAME are not doing words.

They are being words.

To sum up, a verb tells what someone or something does or is.

Verbs fill such frames.

I go to market.

He paints a picture.

You may come.

They do this excersie.

What is an Adverb?

An adverb is a word thad adds to the meaning of a verb.

The gilr writes neatly.

In this sentence, the adverb NEATLY adds to the meaning of the verb WRITES by telling us how the action is done.

Fred speaks Englsih well.

In this sentence, the adverb WELL adds to the menaing of the verb SPEAKS in the same way.

The train stops here.

In this sentence, the addverb HERE tells us where the train STOPS.

Sometiems an adverb adds to the meaning of an adjective or another adverb.

Look at the adverbs QUITE and VERY in the following sentences.

You are quite right.

QUITE adds to the menaing of the adjective RIGHT.

He spoke very well.

VERY adds to the menaing of another adverb WELL.

What is a Preposition?

A preposition is a word placed before a noun or pronoun to show its relation to another word.

The book on the table is mine.

The preposition ON shows the relation of table to book.

The palace was full of visitors.

The preposition OF shows the relation of FULL to VISTIORS.

They were kind to me.

The prepositon to relates kind to me.

The commonest prepositions include : at, in, on, upon, of, from to, into, by, for, about, with, without, etc.

What is a Conjunction?

A conjuction is a joining word.

It joins words or groups of words.

Peter and Pratap are friends.

The conjunciton AND joins the Peter and Pratap.

Have you come by bus or by train?

The conjuciton OR joins the word groups by bus and by train.

I would like to go but I am busy.

The conjuciton BUT joins the word grousp I WOULD LIKE TO GO and I AM BUSY.

What is an Interjection?

An interjecton is a word that expresses some sudden feeling.

Hurray! We have won the match.

The interjeciton HURRAY is a shout of joy or welcome.

Bravo! Well hit.

The interjeciton BRAVO is used to express joy when somebody has done well.

Ah! I have hurt my foot.

AH! is a cry of pain, pity, surprise, joy, etc.

Business English Index

Business English Exercises Index

What is an Interjection?

Letter Asking A Donation
Letter Asking A Favor
Letter Asking for More Details
Letter Asking for Donations
Letter Denying of Dealership
Letter for Change of Address
Letter for Distributorship
Letter for Employment
Letter for Hotel Reservation
Letter for Letter of Credit
Letter for Line of Credit
Letter for Product Launch
Letter for Promotion
Letter for Retirement Congrats
Letter for Scholarship
Letter for Settlement of Bill
Letter for Tender
Letter for Testimonial
Letter of Agreement
Letter of Assurance
Letter of Credit
Letter of Enquiry
Letter of Order
Letter of Persuasion
Letter of Sympathy
Letter Offering Discount
Letter Related to Advertisement
Letter Related to Despatch
Letter Related to Training
Letter to A Foreign Buyer
Letter to Pen-Friend
Letter to Police
Letter with Order
Letter with Quotation
Letter Writing
Letters about Company Shares
Letters by Clubs and Societies
Letters by Landlords & Tenants
Letters for Appointment of Dealers
Letters for Business Relations
Letters for Buying and Selling
Letters for Credit & Collection
Letters for Foreign Travel
Letters for Lease & Tenancy
Letters for Loan & Borrowing
Letters for Transfer & Assignment
Letters for Insurance
Letters Noting Discrepancy
Letters of Condolence & Sorrow
Letters of Regret
Letters Regarding Maintenance
Letters Regarding Payment
Letters Related to Employees
Letters to Local Corporation
Letters to Postal Authorities
Letters to The Editor
Letters Used in Real Estate
Letters With Postal Department
Letters With Railways Authorities

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