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After reading this unit the first thing that I realised is that the English language is terribly irregular and there are many very common, if not essential, parts of speech that must simply be memorised by the student. This is especially true for the past simple, past and present participle of many verbs. There are also many exceptions to grammar rules that can only be made clear through examples which must also be memorised by the student. Apart from the unreliable grammar rules, there are also many parts of speech that can be easily confused by students such as possessive pronouns and possessive adjectives. I feel that great care needs to be taken in the presentation of this information so that students can accurately identify the differences between these parts of speech. It would also help if the teacher creates activities that supports students memorisation of irregular parts of speech. I think that everything from boring repetition out loud to mnemonic games would help.