The following worksheets offer a general review of the correct usage of different parts of speech.

There are eight key parts of grammar in the English language: noun, pronoun, adjective, verb, adverb, preposition, conjunction, and interjection. These units show how any word functions in meaning and to make it grammatically correct. It is the first aspect that needs to be learned when you're grasping the concept of language. Noun: A noun is simply the name of a person, place, thing, etc. For instance, Harris, London, cupboard. Pronoun: A pronoun is a word used in place of a noun. For example, He, she, they, it. Verb: A verb is a word that expresses an action. For instance, eating, cooking, writing, etc. Adverb: An adverb is a verb that helps in describing a verb, adjective or another adverb. For instance, gently, carefully, etc. Adjective: An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun. For instance, old, smart, pretty, etc. Preposition: A preposition is a word that is placed before a noun or a pronoun to modify another word in the sentence. For instance, my sister brought me water from the kitchen. Conjunction: A word that joins words, phrases, or clauses. For instance, and, but, etc. Interjection: An interjection is a word that is used to express an emotion.

A wide area of Grammar activities can be found here. They include choosing the correct verb form, identifying common and proper nouns, distinguishing between nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and adverbs, identifying the different parts of speech, recognizing and writing action verbs, identifying which words are being modified by given adverbs, finding conjunctions in given sentences, choosing the correct preposition to complete a sentence from given choices, identifying interjections, and more. Please note: While answer sheets have been provided, in some cases, answers will vary by student. Use all the grammar worksheets below little by little. They are pretty easy to work through and make an independent learning skill.

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Proper Nouns

Find the proper nouns in each sentence. Underline each letter which should be capitalized.

Common or Proper Noun?

Decide whether each word is a common noun or a proper noun. If it is a common noun, write common on the line. If it is a proper noun, write the proper noun on the line, correcting the capitalization.

Noun | Pronoun | Adjective | Adverb

Read each sentence below. On the line beside it, write whether the underlined word is a noun, an adjective or a verb.

Pronouns: Reflexive or Intensive?

In each sentence, identify if the pronoun in bold type is reflexive or intensive. Write R for reflexive or I for intensive on the line.

Action Verbs

Complete each sentence with an action verb.

What Does Each Adverb Modify?

First, identify the adverb in each sentence and then explain or show what it modifies in the same sentence.

Recognizing Action Verbs

An action verb shows what a noun in the sentence is doing, has done, or will do. It is called an action verb because someone or something is taking some action.

Classifying Grammar

Identify the part of speech of the underlined word.


Identify the conjunction in each sentence.


Choose the correct preposition to complete each sentence.


Underline the interjection in each sentence. Choose three of the interjections below and use them to write original sentence.

Forced Grammar

Identify the part of speech for each bold word.

Comparative Adjectives

An adjective is a word to describe a noun or a pronoun. A comparative adjective is used to make a comparison between two things. A comparative adjective can show either equality or inequality.

Noun or Adjective?

Identify whether each word is a noun or an adjective. Write your answer on the line.


Identify the specific grammar of each bold word. Write it on the line.

Word Order - Scrambling Fun

Word order is the order of words in a sentence to make the sentence complete. Cut each rectangle and glue the sentences in the correct order on a separate piece of paper.

Correct Words - Frog and Fish

Circle the word that makes the most sense in each sentence.