Parts of Speech Worksheets
The parts of speech are groups of words that each has a unique purpose in a sentence. An individual word can have different functions within a sentence based on the relative location to other words. Being able to understand the function of each word in a sentence is critical as it establishes a sense of context that students can work off of. Below you will find worksheet categories that all fall under this topic. You will find at least fifteen worksheets under each selection.
This topic is extremely important. We add dozens of new sheets to this
section every month. Click on the topic pages below to see all the parts of speech worksheets that we have to offer.
Adjectives- Words that give the reader a better feel for something. When used properly, they can help you express the true nature of something.
Adverbs- These are word modifiers that help writers express a circumstance, cause, or a degree to which something happened.
Conjunctions- When you need to show a link to other words or phrases. This allows you to form a broad connection between a series of concepts in a complex manner.
Descriptive Verbs- Students will learn how to share their thoughts in vivid detail for their readers.
Direct and Indirect Speech- The best way to remember the difference here is to remember that indirect speech is when you are reporting what another person said.
Frequently Used Prepositions- These are the most common words used to show a relationship. The end goal with these is to help your readers follow along easier.
Pronouns- These words help asking a question much easier. The five most common uses are: what, which, who, whom, and whose.
Interjections- When you want to interrupt or at least slow someone down, we use this part of speech. This is used mostly with informal uses of language.
Modal Auxiliaries- These are helper verbs that assist in focusing a sentence. We use these words to generate requests and ask for permission.
Adjectives- The way in which you roll out adjectives has a direct effect on how a sentence comes across.
Nouns- We answer who owns that. You will put it altogether and connect the owner to the object.
Phrase- You must remember that all the of these phrases must include an object. They help you understand the relative concept of location.
Prepositions- There are nearly seventy-five words that are classified as this part of speech. They tell us where someone or something is determined to be detected.
Nouns- When we what to refer to a specific person, place, or thing.
Shades of Verb Meanings Lists- This is focused at the student's first experience with verbs. This is a slippery part of speech at first. It is a good place to get started.
of Word Meanings- Words and even the tense they are used in can have a profound effect on a work. You would be surprised how the impact can shift from changing a few words.
Abstract Nouns- These are usually words that deal with the five human senses. We explore how to replace words to improve your writing.
Determiners- The are required to be present before singular nouns and they sort of introduce the noun.
of Prepositions- These are relational words that show how two things cross paths. Students will get plenty of practice with this.
Verb Tense- These are often difficult for non-native English language learners. It takes a good helping of practice problems to get it correct.
Word Classes- This takes on the job of defining the role a word plays inside a sentence.