Words Used As Different Parts Of Speech Lesson No 1
Following words used for as adverb,preposition,verb,ajdective ,noun,pronoun,interjection,conjunction:
Conjunction. — We tried hard, but did not succeed.
Relat. Pronoun. — There is no one but likes him (= who does not like him.)
Adverb. — It is but (- only) right to admit our faults.
Preposition. — None but (= except) the brave deserves the fair.
Noun. — He has seen the ups and downs of life.
Verb. — Down with the tyrant!
Adverb. — Down went the “Royal George”.
Preposition. — The fire engine came rushing down the hill.
Adjective. — The porter was killed by the down train.
Conjunction. — He must either work or starve.
Adjective. — Either bat is good enough.
Pronoun. — Ask either of them.
Adjective. — I have something else for you.
Adverb. — Shall we look anywhere else ?
Conjunction. — Make haste, else you will miss the train.
Noun. — I have had enough of this.
Adjective. — There is time enough and to spare.
Adverb. — You know well enough what I mean.
Preposition. — There is Something pleasing about him.
Adverb. — They wandered about in sheepskins and goatskins.
Adjective. — Analyse the above sentence.
Noun. — Our blessings come from above.
Adverb. — The heavens are above.
Preposition. — The moral law is above the civil.
Adjective. — After ages shall sing his glory.
Conjunction. — We went away after they had left.
Adverb. — They arrived soon after.
Preposition. — He takes after his father.
Pronoun. — All spoke in his favour.
Noun. — He lost his all in speculation.
Adjective. — All men are mortal. It was all profit and no loss.
Adverb. — He was all alone when I saw him.
Adverb. — Is that any better?
Adjective. — Are there any witnesses present?
Pronoun. — Does any of you know anything about it?
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