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This unit on parts of speech was super thorough! The english language is very complex and I learned a lot going through this unit about the parts of speech. I've gained a lot of information about specific parts of speech, that brought me to a clearer understanding of why we speak the way we do! I learned about nouns: common nouns, proper nouns, compound nouns, abstract nouns, and collective nouns. I learned how to teach how to make nouns plural. As well as learning about countable nouns and uncountable nouns. I learned about adjectives, specifically how there is a sequence to follow when listing more than one. I learned how to teach the difference between comparative adjectives and superlative adjectives. I learned about the difference between the indefinite articles (a/an) and the definite article (the) and I also came to an understanding of there zero article concept. I learned about verbs and how some are transitive and some are intransitive. I remembered from previously learning other languages the infinitive forms of verbs are the base forms. I reviewed the four principal forms of verbs: the base form, past simple, past participle, and the present participle. I also realized how crazy hard the irregular verbs can be for foreigners and that memorization is the only way to learn a lot of english. I learned about the three auxiliary verbs: do, have and be, which was very helpful in realizing how to teach them to others. I learned about the five main types of adverbs: manner, place, time, degree, and frequency. Along with a few others: comment/attitude, linking, viewpoint, and adding/limiting; and I learned how to form them. I learned what gerunds were. I have begun to understand all the different pronouns and why we use each one. Lastly, I learned about prepositions and conjunctions. Overall I learned a lot about sentence structure and really am learning why we do things the way we do, so I can teach these things in the future!