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1.Nouns Name people, places, things, or ideas. There are: common nouns, proper nouns, abstract nouns and collective nouns. It is vital to understand how to form plurals and know the difference between countable and uncountable nouns, too. 2.Adjectives describe or modify nouns and pronouns. When they occur Before a noun, they should be used in the order: size+ age+colour + material+ noun. We should also be aware of how to form comparative and superlative forms of adjectives. 3.Articles precede nouns. We can distinguish indefinite articles a/an, definite articles (the) and a zero article when no article is essential as we talk generally. 4. Verbs show actions or states of being. Verbs followed by an object are called transitive whilst those which do not have to be followed by an object are called intransitive. There are two main patterns after certain verbs: infinitives (verb to do sth) and gerunds (verb doing sth). The knowledge of four grammatical verb forms is essential: base form(go), past simple (went), past participle (gone), present participle (going). The majority of verbs are regular, which means that past simple and past participle forms are created by means of adding ?ed to the base form of a verb. However some of them are irregular and have to be learnt by heart. Verbs which help to form some structures or tenses are called auxiliary verbs. 5.Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. We can enumerate the following types: adverbs of manner, place, time, degree and frequency. 6. A gerund is the ?ing form of a verb used as a noun (as opposed to the present participle which is the ?ing form as a verb structure). A gerund is used in the same way as a noun, i.e. as a subject or an object. 7. Among pronouns we can find such types as: personal pronouns (subject or object), possessive pronouns, reflexive and relative pronouns. 8. Prepositions (of time, movement or place) show the relationship between a noun or a pronoun and some other word in the rest of the sentence whilst conjunctions join two or more words, phrases, or clauses in a sentence.", In Unit 2