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In this unit, we reviewed the meaning and use of nouns, adjectives, articles, prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs, verbs, gerunds and more. It was a great review of the different parts of speech in English. As native speakers, we speak correctly but don't know why we say what we do. A lot of times it's based on what sounds best to us. But, when we're teaching non-native speakers, we have to give specific reasons as to why we say what we do. For example, a student might ask, "Why do you say 'an umbrella' but 'a university' if both nouns start with the letter 'u'?" As teachers, we need to be able to effectively explain that the choice of 'a' or 'an' is based on the sounds of the first letter of the word that follows the article, not the actual letter. In this example, although 'university' starts with the letter 'u,' the sound it makes is 'yooniversity,' a 'y' sound, which is a consonant. Once a teacher explains this, a student can easily understand something that visually doesn't make sense. As teachers, if we don't review English grammar, we wouldn't know how to explain that difference to the student other than saying, "it sounds right."