Q-1. What is Noun ?
Ans. A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea.
Person: Satish, boy, doctor
Place: Delhi, park, outer space
Thing: Pen, watermelon, status of liberty
Idea: Fairness, friendlines, acceptance
Q-2. What is Adverb ?
Ans. An adverb tells how, how often, when or where. It can describe a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
How: Loudly, quickly
How often: Always, never
When: Before, soon
Where: Away, inside
Q-3. What is Adjective ?
Ans. An adjective describes a noun or pronoun.
Size/Shape: Tiny, long, oval
Texture: Prickly, smooth, leathery
Oder/Tasty: Nutty, flowery, sour
Appearance: Bright, beautiful, faded
Q-4. What is Verb?
Ans. A verb tells a noun’s action or state of being.
Action: Ask, jump, think, want, run, dance, dance, eat, fix
State of being: Is, are, be, have, has, was, were
Q-5. What is Preposition?
Ans. An Preposition shows the relationship (such as direction, time or placement) between a noun or pronoun and another word in a sentence.
About, around, into
Across, before, through
After, between, to
Q-6. What is Conjunction?
Ans. A conjunction joins two ideas or shows the relationship between two parts of a sentence.
And, so, until
Because, though, while
But, or, unless
Q-7. What is Pronoun?
Ans. A Pronoun replaces the name of a person, place, thing, or idea in a sentence.
You, he, him, those
We, she, her, these
They, me, this, each
Q-8. What is Interjection?
Ans. An interjection expresses strong emotion and is often followed by an exclamation point.
Aw, hey, hurry up!
Brovo, well, oh no!
Q-9. What is Article?
Ans. An article comes before a noun in a sentence and sometimes shows if the noun refers to a specific or general person, place or thing.
A dog the dog
A farm the farm
An apple the apple
An octopus the octopus