1. noun - person, place, thing, or quality in grammar. "Any person, place, or thing is a noun."
2. proper noun - a SPECIFIC person, place, or thing; a name, title, etc. This type of noun needs capitalized. "I know I need to capitalize the 'a' in Aunt Sharon, because that is part of her name, which is a proper noun."
3. adjective - part of speech that describes a noun. "An adjective is a word describing a noun, such as a description, number, characteristic, etc."
4. verb - a part of speech which expresses an action. "A verb expresses an action in a sentence, like "run", "sit", "read".
5. conjunction - a joining or connecting word. "AND is a connecting word called a conjunction."
6. preposition - a word expressing a noun's relation to another word. Tells where the noun is. "Upon" is an example of a preposition."
7. synonym - a word with a similar meaning as another word. "Large" is a synonym for "big".
8. antonym - word that means the opposite of another word. "Find the antonym or opposite of each word."
9. interjection - brief word or phrase to express an emotion. "Wow!" is an example of an interjection."
10. article - part of speech used to identify nouns. "A, an, and the are all articles. Example: The movie theater."
11. adverb - a word that modifies or describes a verb. "A sentence's adverb describes the verb. Example: I ran quickly."