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In Unit 2 I learned about the different types of nouns, adjectives, and verbs. Nouns can either be common, Proper, collective, abstract, or compound. For example, an abstract noun in a sentence would be, \"Tommy's happiness is based on the ability to make Sally happy.\" Happiness is the abstract noun in the sentence. Adjectives can be either comparative or superlative. \"Eddy is better at math than Frederick\" would be a comparative adjective. \"Eddy is the best in his grade at Algebra\" would be a superlative. Verbs have four principle forms when used in the English language; the base form, past simple, past participle, and present participle. I will use the verb sing as an example. Sing is the base form, sang is the past simple and past participle, and singing would be the present participle.