Parts of speech

Parts Of Speech

In Greek there are 10 parts of speech. Some of them we can conjugate:

articleάρθροa grammatical marker of definiteness (the) or indefiniteness (a, an)
nounουσιαστικόthe name of a specific object or set of objects, such as living creatures, places, actions, qualities, states of existence, or ideas
adjectiveεπίθετοa modifier of a noun or pronoun (big, brave). Adjectives make the meaning of another word (noun) more precise.
pronounαντωνυμίαa substitute for a noun or noun phrase (them, he)
verbρήμαa word denoting an action (walk), occurrence (happen), or state of being (be)
participleκλιτή μετοχήa part of speech derived from a verb but behaving like an adjective (χαρούμενος)

Others we can’t:

participleάκλιτη μετοχήa part of speech derived from a verb describing how something is done (τρέχοντας)
adverbεπίρρημαa modifier of an adjective, verb, or another adverb (very, quite)
conjunctionσύνδεσμοςa syntactic connector; links words, phrases, or clauses (and, but). Conjunctions connect words or group of words
prepositionπρόθεσηa word that relates words to each other in a phrase or sentence. Prepositions show the relationship between a noun or a pronoun with another word in the sentence.
interjectionεπιφώνημαan emotional greeting or exclamation (Huzzah, Alas). Interjections express strong feelings and emotions.