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This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned:

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I learned in this unit what I should have learned at university in my grammar course. I learned the difference between countable nouns and uncountable nouns and why we cannot count them. I learned the different parts of a sentence and can now build one like a puzzle and explain to my students better. I learned that 'and' is a conjunctive and not what I called 'a connector'. I learned that we cannot put 'er' and 'est' on comparatives and superlatives that are more than 3 syllables because it makes the word too long and awkward to say. This is a question I have been asked a lot and did not know how to answer so i'm happy to finally be able to do so. And lastly I learned that while transitive verbs are for the most part should be followed by an object intransitive verbs are not. This is a distinction I have previously struggled to remember.

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