Word classes

To learn more about grammar, it helps a lot if you know about word classes (verb, noun, adjective, etc). Click on Quizlet A, B, or C to learn them. If you’re new to word classes, start with Quizlet A.

If you’re not sure how to use Quizlets, get someone to help you at home or ask your teacher.

Quizlet A (Click)

Quizlet B (Click)

Quizlet C (Click)

verb
noun
adjective
adverb
verb
noun
adjective
adverb
preposition
conjunction
definite article
indefinite article
verb
noun
adjective
adverb
preposition
conjunction
definite article
indefinite article
pronoun
determiner
comparative adjective
superlative adjective
proper noun
I went to the market yesterday. [went]
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I went to the market yesterday. [market]I went to the big market in Walthamstow. [big]I always go to the big market. [always]

He always wears trainers. [wears]

He always wears trainers. [trainers]

She wears expensive trainers. [expensive]

I can walk quickly in those trainers. [quickly]

Yolanda eats too much junk food. [eats]

John and Ali eat too much junk food. [junk food]

Junk food is unhealthy. [unhealthy]

Ben doesn’t eat slowly. [slowly]

Food is cheaper in the market. [is]
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Food is cheaper in the market. [food]
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Fresh food is healthier than tinned food. [fresh, healthier, tinned]
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My phone isn’t working properly. [properly]
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Take your phone to the shop and they’ll fix it. [to]
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Take your phone to the shop and they’ll fix it. [and]An apply a day, keeps the doctor away. [the]An apply a day, keeps the doctor away. [an]

I enjoy travelling abroad. [enjoy]

Can you drive a car? [car]

Our car is quite old. [old]

Dilip works happily with other students. [happily]

Her book is on the table. [on]

I love apples but I don’t like pears. [but]

Keep walking this way, and you will soon see the library. [the]

I always drink some water when I get up. [drink]
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She always drinks some water when she gets up. [water]I don’t like warm milk in with cereal. [warm]We never have warm milk with cereal. [never]

They sometimes have warm milk with cereal. [with]

Drink your tea now or it will go cold. [or]

My wife makes the best chicken soup. [the]

He is wearing a new jacket. [a]

They are wearing new clothes. [they]

Don’t be late for class. [don’t be]

Don’t be late for class. [class]

Who is your favourite teacher? [favourite]

Some students like working quietly on their own, others prefer to work in a team. [quietly]

The pen is in a cup on the desk. [in, on]

You can speak if you put your hand up and the teacher says your name. [if]

You can speak if you put your hand up and the teacher says your name. [the]

I’d really like a hamburger right now. [a]

We’d really like to visit Italy. [we]

Her handbag is made of leather. [her]

Grammar is harder than spelling. [harder]

Out of speaking, listening, reading, and writing you find speaking the easiest. [easiest]

We’d really like to visit Italy. [Italy]

Vishal left his book at home. [his]

Cars are more expensive than bicycles. [more expensive]

Marek’s class got the best exam results this year. [best]

Marek is a very good teacher. [Marek]

 

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