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I have learnt about different parts of speech, particularly about transitive and intransitive verbs. Knowing about this classification I can easily explain my students why we cannot say â€œI invite.â€, or â€œThe bike costs.â€. I can tell them about the order of words in the sentence. For example, an adverb should be placed after the object of a transitive verb, but if there is an intransitive verb an adverb will be placed immediately after it, however, adverbs of frequency are always placed between the subject and the verb. I can explain my students why we shouldnâ€™t say â€œthe white, big, old horseâ€, but â€œthe big, old, white horseâ€. I knew how to use all parts of speech, but I did it intuitively. This unit made all the rules clear for me, and this means I can make it clear for my class.