Usage
Parts of Speech A
Parts of Speech B
Sentence Types
100

His performance was (effected, affected) by his lack of sleep. 

affected

100

The Cardonas will arrive in Boulder tomorrow and will stay there until Saturday

adverb

100

Barbara Jordan was a member of the House of Representatives for six years.

noun

100

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imperative

200

She put the cup (beside, besides) the plate

beside

200

Taro will play first base, and either Gregory or Jared will play second.

conjunction

200

He reached down to get something on the ground.

adverb

200

The state bird of New Jersey is the goldfinch

declarative

300
I thought I knew (a lot, alot) about the Roman Empire. 

a lot

300

Dashing across the outfield, Teresa leaped up and caught the softball with her bare hand.

preposition

300

One editorial in this newspaper is about freedom of speech.

noun

300

How rude

exclamatory
400

Shannon said she saw the seashell (somewhere, somewheres) around here. 

somewhere

400

The dog smelled terrible, so Taryn gave it a bath

verb

400

 Rita has tried several of the enchilada recipes, but she likes this one best.

pronoun

400

Lasagna is your favorite food, isn't it

interrogative

500

The student (accepted, excepted) the prize for Lasallian of the Year. 

accepted

500

In spite of last week’s loss, the team is optimistic about today’s game.

preposition

500

Surfers and swimmers will soon crowd this California beach.

adverb

500

Answer in the form of a question

imperative

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