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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:
In this Unit, I have learned many different parts of grammar with different sets of rules, as well as different exceptions to rules. As a native English speaker, you do not realize all the things of English grammar. I did not realize that there are five different types of nouns: proper, common, compound, abstract, and collective. Also, when speaking and describing something. It was interesting to find out that there is an order of adjectives that native English speakers usually put them in. This would include size, age, color, material, and then the noun. An example would be \" The short old wooden chair is broken\".
It was interesting to see the rules of grammar that we use everyday and can be more aware of them in our everyday life.