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Unit 2 was about the different parts of speech of the words within an English sentence. Each word within a basic sentence serves a purpose and adds meaning. A basic sentence typically consists of a subject, the "doer" of the action and a verb, the action. However, when more words of other parts of speech are added to the sentence, the sentence becomes more complex and has more information and meaning. These more complex sentences usually have one ore more of the following: definite/indefinite article, adjective, noun, verb, adverb, preposition, pronoun, and conjunction. A definite article, "the," is used to refer to any member of a group, whereas the indefinite article "a" and "an" are used to refer to any member of a group per the modified noun. Adjectives are used to describe people and things, but it should be noted that there are also comparative adjectives as well as superlative adjectives. A noun is a person, place or thing; and there are five types of nouns: common, proper, compound, abstract, and collective. A verb is the action word used after the subject. Transitive verbs are come before objects and intransitive verbs do not "do" anything to anyone or anything. Adverbs are words used to add meaning to the verb. The five types of adverbs are manner, place, time, degree, and frequency. Prepositions are used to demonstrate the relationship between a noun and another word in the sentence. Pronouns are used in place of more specific nouns . Finally, conjunctions are used to join words or groups in a sentence.