#### Answer

$\text{First Term Coefficient: }
-8
\\\text{First Term Degree: }
7
\\\\\text{Second Term Coefficient: }
1
\\\text{Second Term Degree: }
1
\\\\\text{Third Term Coefficient: }
19
\\\text{Third Term Degree: }
0
\\\\\text{Degree of the Polynomial: }
7$

#### Work Step by Step

The coefficient of a term is the number before the variable/s.
The degree of a term is the sum of the exponents of all variables in a term.
The degree of a polynomial is the highest degree among all the terms of the expression.
Hence, the given expression, $
-8y^7+y+19
,$ has the following characteristics:
\begin{array}{l}\require{cancel}
\text{First Term Coefficient: }
-8
\\\text{First Term Degree: }
7
\\\\\text{Second Term Coefficient: }
1
\\\text{Second Term Degree: }
1
\\\\\text{Third Term Coefficient: }
19
\\\text{Third Term Degree: }
0
\\\\\text{Degree of the Polynomial: }
7
.\end{array}