Latin and English have parts of speech. They are extremely important.
1. A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea.
e.g. house, car, school, book, pen, dog, freedom
2. A verb shows action or state of being.
e.g. run, fly, laugh, walk, talk, whisper
3. An adjective modifies or describes a noun.
e.g. big, tall, wide, studious
4. An adverb modifies or described an adjective, a verb, or another adverb.
e.g. very, really, extremely, not
5. A pronoun takes the place of a noun.
e.g. he, who, me, you, her
6. A preposition shows position or relation to another word.
e.g. to, from, below, near, at
7. An interjection shows excitement or intense emotion.
e.g. Wow! Hooray! whoops, pshaw
8. A conjunction connects or joins two or more words, phrases, or clauses.
e.g. and, but, or , yet