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Parts of Speech Exercise (Basic)

Parts of Speech Worksheet-01

Identify parts of speech in a sentence

1. The old man walked slowly down the street.

2. She always drinks coffee in the morning.

3. My little sister is learning to read.

4. The cat sat on the windowsill, watching the birds outside.

5. The sun sets in the west.

6. They are planning a surprise party for her birthday.

7. The teacher handed out a worksheet to each student.

8. I love listening to music while I work.

9. The tall trees provided shade on a hot day.

10. He plays basketball every weekend with his friends.

11. The children ran through the park, laughing and shouting.

12. She bought a new dress for the party.

13. My dad is a doctor and my mom is a teacher.

14. The movie was very suspenseful and kept me on the edge of my seat.

15. The little girl picked up the flower and smelled it.

16. He speaks Spanish fluently and has lived in Mexico for several years.

17. The storm caused widespread damage and power outages.

18. The book was written by a famous author and has won several awards.

19. We walked for hours along the beach, enjoying the sound of the waves.

20. The puppy chewed on his toy until it fell apart.








Parts of Speech Worksheet-01- Answers:

1. The (article) old (adjective) man (noun) walked (verb) slowly (adverb) down (preposition) the (article) street (noun).

2. She (pronoun) always (adverb) drinks (verb) coffee (noun) in (preposition) the (article) morning (noun).

3. My (adjective) little (adjective) sister (noun) is (verb) learning (verb) to (preposition) read (verb).

4. The (article) cat (noun) sat (verb) on (preposition) the (article) windowsill (noun), watching (verb) the (article) birds (noun) outside (adverb).

5. The (article) sun (noun) sets (verb) in (preposition) the (article) west (noun).

6. They (pronoun) are (verb) planning (verb) a (article) surprise (adjective) party (noun) for (preposition) her (pronoun) birthday (noun).

7. The (article) teacher (noun) handed (verb) out (preposition) a (article) worksheet (noun) to (preposition) each (adjective) student (noun).

8. I (pronoun) love (verb) listening (verb) to (preposition) music (noun) while (conjunction) I (pronoun) work (verb).

9. The (article) tall (adjective) trees (noun) provided (verb) shade (noun) on (preposition) a (article) hot (adjective) day (noun).

10. He (pronoun) plays (verb) basketball (noun) every (adjective) weekend (noun) with (preposition) his (pronoun) friends (noun).

11. The (article) children (noun) ran (verb) through (preposition) the (article) park (noun), laughing (verb) and (conjunction) shouting (verb).

12. She (pronoun) bought (verb) a (article) new (adjective) dress (noun) for (preposition) the (article) party (noun).

13. My (adjective) dad (noun) is (verb) a (article) doctor (noun) and (conjunction) my (adjective) mom (noun) is (verb) a (article) teacher (noun).

14. The (article) movie (noun) was (verb) very (adverb) suspenseful (adjective) and (conjunction) kept (verb) me (pronoun) on (preposition) the (article) edge (noun) of (preposition) my (pronoun) seat (noun).

15. The (article) little (adjective) girl (noun) picked (verb) up (particle) the (article) flower (noun) and (conjunction) smelled (verb) it (pronoun).

16. He (pronoun) speaks (verb) Spanish (adjective) fluently (adverb) and (conjunction) has (verb) lived (verb) in (preposition) Mexico (noun) for (preposition) several (adjective) years (noun).

17. The (article) storm (noun) caused (verb) widespread (adjective) damage (noun) and (conjunction) power (noun) outages (noun).

18. The (article) book (noun) was (verb) written (verb) by (preposition) a (article) famous (adjective) author (noun) and (conjunction) has (verb) won (verb) several (adjective) awards (noun).

19. We (pronoun) walked (verb) for (preposition) hours (noun) along (preposition) the (article) beach (noun), enjoying (verb) the (article) sound (noun) of (preposition) the (article) waves (noun).

20. The (article) puppy (noun) chewed (verb) on (preposition) his (pronoun) toy (noun) until (conjunction) it (pronoun) fell (verb) apart (adverb).

Parts of Speech Worksheet-02

Identify parts of speech in the following sentences:

1. The cat slept lazily in the sun.

2. She gave me a thoughtful look before answering my question.

3. The fire crackled and popped as we roasted marshmallows.

4. The restaurant was busy and noisy, but the food was delicious.

5. He fell asleep quickly and didn't wake up until morning.

6. The old man walked slowly down the street, using a cane for support.

7. The sky turned orange and pink as the sun set over the horizon.

8. The teacher handed out the homework assignment at the end of class.

9. The musician played a beautiful melody on his guitar, filling the room with music.

10. The baby giggled and cooed as his mother played with him.

11. The brave knight rode his horse into battle.

12. She danced gracefully across the stage in her tutu.

13. The sun set behind the mountains, painting the sky with hues of orange and pink.

14. The tall trees rustled in the wind, their leaves swaying gently.

15. The wise owl hooted in the darkness, keeping watch over the forest.

16. The little girl giggled as she chased the butterflies in the meadow.

17. The fast train zoomed past the station, leaving a trail of dust behind.

18. He spoke passionately about his dreams and aspirations for the future.

19. The fluffy white clouds floated lazily across the blue sky.

20. The mischievous puppy chewed on the slipper, wagging his tail happily.



Parts of Speech Worksheet-02-Answer

1. The (article) cat (noun) slept (verb) lazily (adverb) in (preposition) the (article) sun (noun).

2. She (pronoun) gave (verb) me (pronoun) a (article) thoughtful (adjective) look (noun) before (conjunction) answering (verb) my (adjective) question (noun).

3. The (article) fire (noun) crackled (verb) and (conjunction) popped (verb) as (conjunction) we (pronoun) roasted (verb) marshmallows (noun).

4. The (article) restaurant (noun) was (verb) busy (adjective) and (conjunction) noisy (adjective), but (conjunction) the (article) food (noun) was (verb) delicious (adjective).

5. He (pronoun) fell (verb) asleep (adverb) quickly (adverb) and (conjunction) didn't (verb) wake (verb) up (particle) until (conjunction) morning (noun).

6. The (article) old (adjective) man (noun) walked (verb) slowly (adverb) down (preposition) the (article) street (noun), using (verb) a (article) cane (noun) for (preposition) support (noun).

7. The (article) sky (noun) turned (verb) orange (adjective) and (conjunction) pink (adjective) as (conjunction) the (article) sun (noun) set (verb) over (preposition) the (article) horizon (noun).

8. The (article) teacher (noun) handed (verb) out (particle) the (article) homework (noun) assignment (noun) at (preposition) the (article) end (noun) of (preposition) class (noun).

9. The (article) musician (noun) played (verb) a (article) beautiful (adjective) melody (noun) on (preposition) his (pronoun) guitar (noun), filling (verb) the (article) room (noun) with (preposition) music (noun).

10. The (article) baby (noun) giggled (verb) and (conjunction) cooed (verb) as (conjunction) his (pronoun) mother (noun) played (verb) with (preposition) him (pronoun).

11. The (article) brave (adjective) knight (noun) rode (verb) his (pronoun) horse (noun) into (preposition) battle (noun).

12. She (pronoun) danced (verb) gracefully (adverb) across (preposition) the (article) stage (noun) in (preposition) her (pronoun) tutu (noun).

13. The (article) sun (noun) set (verb) behind (preposition) the (article) mountains (noun), painting (verb) the (article) sky (noun) with (preposition) hues (noun) of (preposition) orange (adjective) and (conjunction) pink (adjective).

14. The (article) tall (adjective) trees (noun) rustled (verb) in (preposition) the (article) wind (noun), their (pronoun) leaves (noun) swaying (verb) gently (adverb).

15. The (article) wise (adjective) owl (noun) hooted (verb) in (preposition) the (article) darkness (noun), keeping (verb) watch (noun) over (preposition) the (article) forest (noun).

16. The (article) little (adjective) girl (noun) giggled (verb) as (conjunction) she (pronoun) chased (verb) the (article) butterflies (noun) in (preposition) the (article) meadow (noun).

17. The (adjective) fast (adjective) train (noun) zoomed (verb) past (preposition) the (article) station (noun), leaving (verb) a (article) trail (noun) of (preposition) dust (noun) behind (adverb).

18. He (pronoun) spoke (verb) passionately (adverb) about (preposition) his (pronoun) dreams (noun) and (conjunction) aspirations (noun) for (preposition) the (article) future (noun).

19. The (adjective) fluffy (adjective) white (adjective) clouds (noun) floated (verb) lazily (adverb) across (preposition) the (adjective) blue (adjective) sky (noun).

20. The (adjective) mischievous (adjective) puppy (noun) chewed (verb) on (preposition) the (article) slipper (noun), wagging (verb) his (pronoun) tail (noun) happily (adverb).

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