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I have learned how to properly identify what each word in a sentence represents. There are subcategories of almost every part of speech that will only be used in specific situations. The noun, for example, is divided into countable and uncountable differentiation. Along with this, nouns are further categorized into five different types-common, proper, compound, abstract and collective. Countable nouns are anything that can be pluralized and defined by a number, whereas uncountable nouns are standalone and are not measured by a number. For example, information or advice would never be preceded by a counting measure. However dogs, cats, horses can all be pluralized and measured by an amount. Adjectives are identified as descriptive words for nouns. There is a common order in which multiple adjectives are listed. The order in which adjectives follow are size, age, color and material followed by the noun. Comparative nouns are nouns that compare two people or objects and superlative nouns compare one object or person to an entire group. Articles are categorized into definite and indefinite. 'A' and 'An' refers to any member of a group, whereas 'The' refers to a particular member of the group. Then there are sentences that do not include an article at all, otherwise known as the 'zero article.' Verbs are divided into transitive and intransitive. Transitive occurs when a verb is directly followed by an object; and intransitive verbs cannot be followed by an object. Auxiliary verbs are helping verbs with only three base forms 'do', 'have' and 'is'. These are then split up into present, past simple and past participle. Adverbs are identified by manner, place, time, degree and frequency. Gerunds are verbs acting as nouns and are always succeeded by -ing. Pronouns are organized by personal, possessive, reflexive and relative. I also learned the difference in usage of possessive pronouns and possessive adjectives. Possessive pronouns replace nouns, but possessive adjectives describe them. Prepositions join a noun to another word in the sentence and conjunctions join words or groups in a sentence. Conjunctions can join clauses or words of the same class. This unit has helped me gain a bit more confidence in my understanding of basic sentence structure in something that I use on a daily basis.
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