When the word if begins a sentence what is the part of speech?
it depends what word it is it could be any part of speech depending on the sentence
A dictionary can show a word's part of speech, but it does not determine it. How a word is used in a sentence determines its part of speech.
A word is a part of speech, not a sentence like the one in your example.
The placement of the word in the sentence. It depends on where it is as to what part of speech it can be labeled as.
What part of speech is the word there and the word now in the sentence there are fewer students in her class now?
it is an English speech
By use of the word in a sentence.
It is a verb.
What part of speech does the word polish play in this sentence the tarnish can be easily removed with polish?
noun. What part of speech is the word polish in this sentence. This is a better way of asking the question, words don't don't play as parts of speech.
The use of the word in the sentence derminates the part of speech
We need to rehearse before the show tomorrow. She begins to rehearse her speech.
The individual word "sentence" is a common noun. However, a sentence itself is comprised of many different parts of speech.
The word 'in' would be a preposition in the example sentence you gave.
The word sentence can be two different parts of speech.. As a verb: "I sentence you to 23 months in prison." As a noun: "This sentence is short."
In the sentence given, "so" is an adjective.
Girlfriend is a noun.
it is an article ,used in singular before a word that begins with a bowel
In this sentence THE BOOK you are looking for is right below that shelf what part of speech is the word below?
THE B0OK THAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IS BELOW THAT SHELF WHAT PART OF SPEECH IS THE WORD BELOW
What part of speech is the word assumes in the sentence their speech assumes the accents of 17th century england?
"Assumes" in the given sentence is a verb.
How to use the word in a sentence.
The word sentences is a noun. It is the plural form of sentence.
In the question, the word polish is a noun.
What part of speech is the word color in the sentence They will not be judged by the color of their skin?
Color is a noun in that sentence.
It is an adverb in that sentence.
The word 'this" in the sentence is an adjective describing book.
Still is a verb in that sentence.
The word sentence is a noun. A sentence is a grammatically correct series of words strung together.
from = preposition
It depends on what part of speech and when it is used in a sentence.
Noun or adjective. Depended on the sentence.
"We're" would most likely be used as the subject of a sentence. However, a word's part of speech is determined by its placement and function in a sentence, not by the word itself.
In this sentence, garden is an adjective describing the word tools.
What part of speech does the word with play in the sentence The tarnish can be easily removed with polish?
The word with is a preposition.
In the sentence given, "round" is a noun.
In this sentence, "seemed" is the verb.
End is a noun in that sentence.
"Month" is a noun in that sentence, and just now, I can't think of a case where that word is used as any other part of speech.
The term "part of speech" is a noun phrase, which is any word or group of words based on a noun or pronoun (without a verb) that can function in a sentence as a subject, object of a verb or a preposition. A noun phrase can be one word or many words. The word "part" is a noun, "of" is a preposition, and "speech" is a noun. object of the preposition.
A statement, also a line of dialogue in a script. It is not a part of speech which is the job or function of a word within a sentence or question.
verb: As in the sentence: I will uncover the mystery.
The word penalty is a noun. A penalty is a legal sentence.
Obsolete is an adjective.
"snow" is a verb.
The word predicate is a noun. A predicate is the part of a sentence which tells you something about the subject.
The word have at the beginning of a sentence is always a verb: sometimes a main verb in the imperative; sometimes a helping/auxiliary verb. Main imperative verb: Have a good time at the party! Helping/auxiliary verb: Have you ever seen the Eiffel Tower?
it helps the reader know how to use the word in a sentence
Sent is typically used as a verb. "She sent me the package" is an example of how the word sent is used as a verb. Putting the word into a sentence helps a person determine what part of speech it is.
Frightened is only capitalised if it begins a sentence, or is part of a title.
No, the word "pronoun" is a noun, a word for a part of speech; a word for a thing. The pronoun that takes the place of the noun 'pronoun' is it. Example: A pronoun is a part of speech. It takes the place of a noun or another pronoun in a sentence.
If you mean what part of speech it is, then you put it under preposition.
"Nothing" can be an adjective, adverb or noun. It depends on the sentence.
What part of speech is the word to in the following sentence they were sewn together and to her hand?
To is a preposition in that example.