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This unit talks about the different parts of speech and how they are used in everyday life. It gives a good overview of sentence structure and how the different parts of speech effect what the sentence can mean. Such as articles; the sentence, \"The boy is lost\" talks about a specific boy, whereas the sentence, \"A boy is lost \" talks in general terms about some boy being lost. The unit also outlines many of the exceptions in the English language. An example would be when describing comparitave/superlative adjectives, one would usually add -er and -est -- tall, taller, tallest -- except in the instance of good, better, best, one such exception. This was a great review for me. Although I learned this information many years ago, one tends to forget the specifics of the parts of speech and how learning them can be a challenge. This will be a lesson that I'm sure I'll refer back to often!