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D.M. - Jamaica said:
This section explained the parts of speech. Sentences are comprised of words and it is important to understand not only the meaning or definition of the word but how each word is used in the structure of a sentence. Understanding the parts of speech can assist in creating an actual diagram of a sentence. Some parts of speech are simple to understand such as nouns and verbs. A player (noun) swings (verb) the bat (noun). Adjectives and adverbs can be largely understood in the context of further describing a noun (adjective) and a verb (adverb). Some parts of speech are more complicated since they don't follow clearly defined rules. A good example of this are irregular verbs. There are several approaches and methodologies that teachers can use such as having students match a part of speech with the situation in which it belongs. An obvious approach is to ask students use a given word/part of speech to make a sentence. Parts of speech lay the groundwork for mastering the English language and so it is extremely important that both student and teacher understand them!