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this unit is centered on different parts of the speech. It is important to understand the distinction among the nouns that can be proper, collective, compound, abstract or common, as well as countable and uncountable. Verbs on the other hand can be transitive when followed by an object like in "tom invited me to have dinner at his place.", or intransitive like in "I'm walking.". moreover verbs have a base form, past and present paritciple. The present participle can also serve as a gerund thus a subject of a sentence like in the following example "playing volleyball is fun." When talking about pronouns we need to make sure to understand the difference between a possessive prounoun which isn't followed by a noun but takes its place( "the dog is mine") and a possessive adjective which is always followed by a noun"it's my dog." Adverbs qualify the verbs and adjectives the nouns. Adverbs can vary in categories. they can indicate a manner, place,time. Adjectives are used to compare 2 things, places, people ( with one syllable adjective takes -er and with two or more syllables more than..) or a whole group with a superlative ( the fastest bouy in the class, the most beautiful city in the world). Finally conuunctions helps us unite clauses when we express likes or preferences. I like tennis and volleyball. I like tennis but i don't like volleyball.