PARTS OF SPEECH
I. NOUN A noun is a person, place, thing, or concept. In Hebrew, it always has gender and number.
II. PRONOUN A non-definitive word that substitutes for a noun (i.e. it), it must agree in
III. ADJECTIVE An adjective describes how or what is the noun. In Hebrew, it must agree with the noun in gender, number, and definitiveness. A nouns adjective follows the noun and has the same gender as the true gender of the noun.
IV. VERB A verb expresses an action, a state of being, or a condition. The verb indicates the time reference of the sentence - (past, present, or future). The verb must agree with the subject noun in gender, number, and person.
V. ADVERB An adverb describes, qualifies, or limits a veb, adjectives, or other adverbs. In Hebrew, it does not have to agree with the verb in gender, number, person, or definitiveness. He learns quickly. Quickly is the adverb.
VI. PREPOSITION A connective word that joins nouns or pronouns to the verb. A preposition shows relationshiip. (i.e. with, at, from, of, by).
VII. CONJUNCTION A conjuncion connects words, phrases and clauses. (i.e. and, or, but).