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What is a Parts of Speech?


The Parts of Speech are the categories of words based on their function or positioning within a sentence the Part of Speech explain how words are used in a sentence. By skipping Parts of Speech, one cannot be sound and confident in English grammar. It is a must for everyone of the I categories of English Words. Parts of Speech are writing also. All the pages of English dictionary are full of the words related with this chapter ‘Parts of Speech’.


Besides all these causes and facts, Tense has a major role in cracking questions of the following competitive examinations also:-


Compulsory English - UPSC

ESE

Essay ( UPSC )

GATE

PCS

PSUs

CSAT

LDC

JUDICIARY

TGT

SSC

PGT

PO

IELTS

NDA

B.ed

CDS

CTET

CPF

UPTET

DSSSB

HTET

Railway

And All Other TETs

FCI

And All Other Vocational Exams

IES

 




BOOKS CONSULTED
The following books have been consulted for preparing a comprehensive package of grammatical questions, providing one of the biggest domains for the convenience of all types of learners during our teaching journey of 25 years.

1. High School English Grammar and Compositions \ Wren & Martin. 2. English Grammar, Compositions and Usage | Nesfield. 3. Current English Usage | F.T.Wood. 4. A Practical English Grammar | Thomson & Martinet. 5. A Guide to Correct English | L.A.Hill. 6. Practical English Usages | Michael Swan. 7. A Communicative Grammar of English | G. Leech& Jan Swastik. 8. A University Grammar of English | Quirk & Greenbaum. 9. A Dictionary of Modern English Usage | H.W Fowler. 10. ABC of Common Grammatical Error | Nigel D Turtun. 11. Oxford Practice Grammar | John Eastward. 12. Oxford English Grammar Course | Michacl Swan & Catherinc Walter. 13. Contemporary English Grammar Structures and Composition | David Green. 14. How to Translate into English R.P Sinha. 15. How to write Correct English | R.P. Sinha. 16. The Teaching of Structural Words and Sentence Patterns | A.S Hornby.