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Although I can use English grammar as a native English speaker, I have an unconscious knowledge of it. I know what is correct, but I do not know why something is correct most of the time. In this unit, I learned about the different parts of speech. I learned about nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, articles, prepositions, conjunctions, and pronouns. While some of the parts of speech are very easy to understand like nouns, adjectives, and verbs, other parts of speech are more difficult because they have more complicated rules to them such as articles, prepositions, and adverbs. Understanding how each part of speech works is rather difficult because I feel that I am taking somethings simple and making it very complicated. It’s one thing to know that a word is a prepositions, it another to explain why it is there and what meaning it adds to the sentence. I always thought articles would be the most difficult but when I was reading about prepositions and started to think of examples, I had a really hard time trying to explain why that prepositions was used instead of another and the differences in meaning each could have. In addition to that, there also all the irregular forms of verbs, adjectives, and adverbs that I just very empathetic for English language learners because there are so many and they don't follow specific rules and all I’ll have as an explanation as to why it is this way is “that’s just how it is.”