6) Identify the parts of speech of any eight of the following underlined words. [8×1/2=4]
2. Identify the Parts Of Speech of the underlined words (Read page – 99)
1. Hyderabad is a historical city.
2. Children are a source of joy to the parents.
3. Honesty is the best policy.
4. We learn many things through observation.
5. Since it was raining, he took an umbrella with him.
A Since=Conjunction, with= Preposition
6. Alas! the legendary athlete Milkha Singh is dead.
A. Alas! =Interjection
7. They themselves interfered in the dispute.
8. The boy runs in the park joyfully
9. Music draws the attention of everyone.
10. Cricket matches are watched by lakhs of people.
3) Identify the parts of speech of the bold words in the following sentences.(read page 100)
1. Several writers wrote about education.
A. Several=Adjective, about=preposition
2. The Hungry dogs are howling.
3. People eat vegetables across the world.
A. vegetables=Noun ,world= Noun
4. An idea can change a life.
5. Food is a necessity of Life.
A. food=Noun ,life= Noun
6. I invited him to the party.
7. She is interested in painting.
8. He completed the whole work successfully.
9. The woman beside David is my cousin.
10. She has two children.
11. Treatment heals wounds.
A. treatment=Noun ,wounds=noun
12. Ah! Don’t say you don’t agree with me.
A. Ah! =interjection
13. Since he was tired, he went to bed early.
14. I love singing because it is interesting.
15. I can’t be at ease until I wash my face.
16. Eureka! I got it.
A. Eureka! =Interjection
17. I like salt and pepper.
18. Have you passed? Congratulations!
A. Congratulations! = Interjection
19. Make hay while the sunshine.
A. while= adverb
20. Wake up early so that you can study.
21. What is the result of that kind of schooling?
22. I cannot answer that question.
23. Each individual who wishes to succeed must get that kind of discipline.
24. Such persons are surely undesirable.
4. Identify the parts of speech of the following underlined words. (Read page – 101)
1. Do you (1) think, literacy (2) is a harbinger (3) of restlessness, fear (4), frustration? isit (5) Adam  and  Eve eating the tree (8) of (9) knowledge, all (10) over again?
2 . Although (1) Thimmakka did not receive(2) formal(3) education, her (4) work (5) has been honoured (6) with (7) the National (8) citizen’s award (9) of (10) India.
3] I had (1)a moment (2) of (3) mixed joy (4) and anguish, when(5) my mind (6) took over .it(7) raced well (8) ahead of my body and (9) drew my body compellingly (10) forward.
4] Box: stop! (1) can you (2) inform (3) me who (4) the individual (5) is that I invariably (6) encounter (7) going downstairs when I am coming up (8), and (9) coming upstairs (10) when I am going down?
5]Ah! (1), Then you (2) mean to say that this (3) gentleman’s smoke (4), instead of emulating example of all (5) the sort of (6) smoke, and (7) going up the chimney, thinks (8) proper to affect a singularity (9) by taking the contrary (10) direction.
5. Identify the parts of speech of the bold words in the following sentences. (Read page 101)
1. I asked my biology teacher what I should do to save it.
2. From his talk, it seems studies were an ancillary subject; and living and experiencing the major subject.
A. talk=noun, ancilliary=adjective
3. And she was cross.
4. Papa, that’s what happens in my craft and drawing class.
5. Anyway, papa, do you know where I lost that quarter mark that bought about my fall.
A. where= adverb, quarter=adjective, fall=noun/verb
6. Thimmakka could not go to school due to poverty and lack of facilities.
7. The decision was my alone.
8. The attempt was on.
9. My knowledge of pace deserted me.
10. A voice shouting ‘relax’ penetrated into me above the noise of the crowd
11. There was no pain, only a great unity of movement and aim.
12. The world seemed to stand still or did not exist.
13. The noise in my ears was that of the faithful Oxford crowd.
14. There were only fifty yards more.
15. I felt like an exploded flashlight with no will to live.
16. Well, Wonders will never cease.