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Adra
In unit two I learned about the five types of nouns. Proper nouns are important and are always capitalized, for example first and last Names of people, countries, states and planets. Common nouns are
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Alipurduar
I learned that the English language would be quite complicated for ESL students. There are so many components to the parts of speech that are complicated and difficult to remember. Like nouns have com
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Arambagh
Teaching English as a foreign language goes well when the learners know parts of speech.This helps communication easier between the teacher and the learner.For example, when i teach what nouns are to
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Chandpara
I suppose I found this unit very difficult because I speak english as a first language, and so I take sentence structure for granted. When I was doing the exercises I found myself drawing up mind maps
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Cooch Behar
This unit covers quite a lot about grammar. As a native English speaker, I can easily form sentences without consciously knowing the rules and reasons behind the words and structure that I use when sp
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Gangarampur
Conjunctions join words or groups in a sentence. They can join words of the same class or join clauses of sentences. This course reminded me of when I did one of my subjects in my Bachelor of Justice
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Jhargram
This unit is like revisiting a small part of the english grammatical system. A teacher of english must be aware of the basic rules of grammar topics. In this unit - modals
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Kalimpong
I found this unit helpful especially the tips on how to teach children and beginners. I am afraid but I also believe it can be rewarding and enjoyable if I stick to the tips in this unit. I also prefe
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Mainaguri
This set ion did an excellent job of drawing clear distinctions between types of words and their usage in the English language. It is true that all students learn differently. Therefore, its is mand
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Malda
Even though these rules of grammar won't be taught in every lesson it is important to know the types of word and how a sentence is put together. In korean, for example the sentence structure is total
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Mathabhanga
Unit 2 deals with the parts of the speech providing their main uses and functions. A sentence is composed by a subject (noun) and a verb. However, there are other words that enrich sentences: adjectiv
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Medinipur
This unit was very helpful in teaching me how to evaluate students effectively and appropriately. The way the lesson laid out the stratification of testing was helpful in giving me an idea of what to
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Memari
Wow, Unit 2 made me feel as if I had traveled back to elementary school, and for a good reason too! As a native speaker, we take for granted the language we know to speak fluently, to which our knowle
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Monoharpur
This unit deals with common problems that as a teacher you are likely to face when you are meeting a new class or an existing class. It also talks about the various means that you can adopt to control
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Murshidabad
This unit discusses all parts of speech grammar in a clear and concise way. It outlines a lot of basic concepts that are presented for students of english from the beginning of learning english and di
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Panchla
English is my native language, and I had no idea that so many rules and parts of sentences even existed. Not only did I learn what a "gerund"" is Although these rules of grammar covered in this unit
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Pandua
The second unit did a great job walking me through the most important part of the English language or any other languages, which is grammar. Once again, I got the feeling of listening to my teacher ta
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Paschim Punropara
This unit reflects on vocabulary and grammar and their specific functions. For example the functions of teaching vocabulary is different to the functions of teaching grammar. Both need each other to m
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Raghunathpur
This unit discussed the basic components of English speech and grammar. I found this lesson to be informative and helpful. Although I'm well versed in the basics of speech, the terminology that is us
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Rampurhat
Unit two deals with basic English grammar, the different parts of speech. It provides an overview of how words are divided into different categories, such as nouns, verbs and adjectives, and the funct
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Sainthia
Since grammar is something I naturally use without considering it, it was very interesting to read this unit on English grammar and how it is used. I learned about transitive and intransitive verbs, w
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Sonamukhi
Well, it was good to repeat some English grammar. I have had a possibility to remember the differences between definite and indefinite article, countable and uncountable noun, comparative and superlat
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Srirampore
This was a review of my grade school days. I had totally forgotten what gerunds, prepositions and infinitives were. I also realized the English language is, in fact, quite complicated and messy. Th
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Suri
Nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, nouns, articles, and prepositions are the basic building blocks of a sentence. These are ?parts of speech.? Each part of speech contains its own set of categories an
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Taki
This unit on parts of speech is an essential part of this course and was very detailed in showcasing what I like to tell my students is "the job of each word in a sentence""-parts of speech. I garnere
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Tamluk
I really enjoyed this unit. I had a basic knowledge of sentence structure, however, it is very interesting breaking it all down and learn exactly what words fit in where. For example, naturally as na
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Tarakeswar
This is unit was a great refresher for me. I am going to have to go back and review the four categories in order to gain a further understanding of the differences in the tenses. Memorizing the irregu
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