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The English language is a combination of many parts of speech that must work together to form sentences. Every sentence has both a subject and a verb. Nouns may be described by an adjective and modified by an article (definite or indefinite). Verbs may be modified by and adverb. More complex sentences may have phrases or clauses that are joined together by a conjunction. Prepositions define the relationship between one noun and another noun or pronoun in a sentence. Many parts of speech in English change forms depending on the context (e.g. plural nouns, comparative or superlative adjectives, tenses of verbs, a vs. an). Although there are some general principles to how these words are changed, there are many exceptions to these rules that must be memorized by students learning English.