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This unit focused solely on grammar, specifically parts of speech. It broke the subject down into sections starting with types of nouns such as common nouns, proper nouns and countable nouns. It then touched on adjectives, the basic rule to follow regarding the order they should be placed in, and comparative and superlative adjectives. There was content on definite and indefinite articles, when to use them, and where to use them. There was a large section dedicated to verbs which I found very helpful. Just like the unit mentioned at the beginning, we automatically know which tenses to use but we don't necessarily know why and this section was so informative in that regard, specifically the past participle and the present participle. I found the sections on gerunds and pronouns very useful as well. I learned a lot about the "why" of these aspects of grammar. One thing I learned what the difference between the gerund and the present participle, which can be confusing to explain the difference when they look the same. The information on the different types of pronouns was extremely informative. I learned what a relative pronoun is! Something else that I learned was that conjunctions aren't just words like "wasn't" and "don't" but include words that simply bring together two of the same types of words like nouns or adjectives. I found this unit to be immensely helpful as I've struggled with trying to explain "why" to some students.