Part of speech
A word used as a name of a thing, place or person.
A word used in place of a noun.
A word used to show a relation with a noun.
Noun form of verb.
A word that describes or show the quality of another verb.
A verb form that mostly ends with -ed and used to show all perfect tenses and passive voice.
A verb form that always ends with -ing and used to show all continuous or progressive tense.
A combination of a verb and a preposition or other verb.
A word or word form which shows the manner, time or place, an act or the degree of quality.
A word placed before a noun or pronoun to make sure or clear it’s relation to another word.
example: on-above-over, under-below, at-before-by, behind-after, before, at, by-with, by, between-among-emits, to-from, since-for, of-off, with-without, about
A word/phrase that joins two words, phrases close or sentences.
ex: yet, although, still, either…or, neither…nor, not only…also, both…and