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Unit II, “Introduction to Grammar- Parts of Speech,” covers the basics of English grammar, starting with basic sentence structure. The basics are covered in breaking down the parts of speech that make up sentence structure, such as types of nouns and usage, plurals, countable and uncountable, adjectives, including how adjectives are used in comparisons, and more. The lesson increases in complexity as it builds on common parts of speech, by introducing definite and indefinite articles, and transitive and intransitive verbs.
The section on verbs really kicked the unit into action, with a breakdown of the four principal verb forms:
• Base form
• Past simple
• Past participle
• Present participle
…and the much longer list of irregular verbs.
The section also explained auxiliary verbs: do, have, be.
As Unit II illustrated, no complex sentence would be complete without adverbs, adjectives, gerunds and pronouns. The unit goes into more detail as to the types.
• Personal – I, me, you, he, him, she, her, we, it, us, they, them
• Possessive – mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs, its
o These types have no article and are not followed by a noun
That car is mine.
• Reflexive – myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves
• Relative – who, which, that, whose
o Used to connect clauses in a sentence. They are used to introduce relative clauses.
o The man that I marry will be rich.
And finally, ample explanation and examples pull it all together with prepositions and conjunctions.