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This unit covered parts of speech. This is important because most of the time these rules are seem natural to a native ear, but are quite challenging for those who are just starting to learn the language. Parts of speech included different adjectives, adverbs, nouns (pronouns â€“ personal, reflexive, etc., countable and uncountable, etc.), articles, verbs (transitive, intransitive, past simple, past participle, present participle, and auxiliary), gerunds, prepositions, and conjunctions. The part about the order of adjectives was of particular interest. I was not consciously aware of the basic, â€˜size â€“ age â€“ color â€“ material â€“ nounâ€™ rule. Without this lesson, it would be much harder to explain to a student why his or her sentence sounded strange.