Parts of Speech
Nouns
Pronouns
Adjectives
Anything Goes
100
Names a person, place, thing, or an idea.
What is a noun?
100
The noun "students" in the following sentence is used as this: "The English teacher gave the students a difficult mid-term last week."
What is a indirect object?
100
The pronouns in the following sentence are these: He stopped her in the street to give her something special.
What are he, her something?
100
These are the adjectives and the nouns they modify in the following sentence: "The defeated fans began to cry as their team made an amazing, historic comeback."
What are defeated -- fans; their -- team; amazing, historic -- comeback?
100
This is the word that the pronoun takes the place of.
What is the antecedent?
200
This takes the place of a noun.
What is a pronoun?
200
The noun "publisher" in the following sentence is used as this: "The brilliant writer went to the publisher for the royalty check from her latest best-seller."
What is object of the preposition?
200
This is the possessive pronoun in the following sentence: "Brady said to Roger Goodall, "That trophy is mine!"
What is mine?
200
This is the correct adjective to complete the following sentence: "My mentor has (few , little ) advice to offer on this particular subject."
What is little?
200
These pronouns are used to ask questions?
What is interrogative?
300
This part of speech can show action, state of being, or help.
What is a verb?
300
The noun "quarterback" in the following sentence is used as this: "Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time!"
What is a subject complement?
300
The pronoun in the following sentence is used as this: "Julian Edelman caught the ball before it hit the ground to win the game."
What is subject?
300
This is the adjective phrase and the noun that is modifies in the following sentence: "The quarterback with the most super bowl wins is Tom Brady."
What is "with the most super bowl wins" modifies "quarterback"?
300
These adjectives are used to point out specific nouns.
What are demonstrative adjectives?
400
This part of speech modifies a verb or an adjective.
What is adverb?
400
The noun "silence" in the following sentence is used as this: "The viewers watched in stunned silence as the team made an amazing comeback to win the game."
What is an object of the preposition?
400
This the correct verb for the following sentence: "All of the players (is, are) celebrating the historic victory with their families at Walt Disney World."
What is "are"?
400
This is the adjective clause and the word it modifies in the following sentence: "Toys that contain lead were recalled yesterday."
What is "that contain lead" modifies "toys"?
400
Is the adjective clause in the following sentence "restrictive" or "non-restrictive": "She enjoys games where Belicheck uses a strategic trick play to score."
What is "restrictive"?
500
This part of speech joins word, phrases, or clauses.
What is a conjunction?
500
The noun "questions" in the following sentence is used as this: "The reporters asked Belicheck questions on the team's historic win."
What is a direct object?
500
Choose the correct verb to complete the following sentence: "A few (remains, remain) behind in the hotel celebrating the Patriots amazing Super Bowl win."
What is "remain"?
500
This is the adjective phrase and clause and the words that they modify in the following sentence: "The bell tower, which no longer has any bells, is still the tallest structure in town."
What is phrase is "in town" modifies "structure" and the clause is "which no longer has bells" modifies "tower"?
500
This quarterback and coach are the greatest coach and quarterback team of all time.
Who is Tom Brady and Bill Belicheck?
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