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This unit sought to breakdown the English language into the different parts of speech that we use to construct sentences. The different parts of speech are articles, nouns and pronouns, verbs, gerunds, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and conjunctions. The unit also showed simple differences between words that are of the same part of speech, for example transitive and intransitive verbs, prepositions of place, time or movement, and degrees of adjectives through comparative and superlative forms. One thing that really surprised me was that my is not a pronoun, but a possessive adjective. I had always believed that both my and mine were pronouns until reading this unit. Very interesting, but quite simple and logical when explained. I found the unit did a good job of simplifying the parts of speech into sub categories that can generally be sorted logically by native speakers when given thought.