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This unit covers the basic parts of speech in the English language. The basic sentence will always have a subject and an action word, or a verb. It is also common for a sentence to have an object, which is the person or thing to which the action is being applied to. Subjects and objects are typically some form of a noun. There are several types of nouns, including common nouns, proper nouns, and pronouns. Gerunds can also take place of a noun as a subject or object by combining an intransitive verb and attaching 'ing' to the end of it. Yet there are many other parts of speech that further explain what is going on in a sentence. Definite and indefinite articles are used to further describe whether a noun is anything in general or something specific. Adjectives also describe nouns, and come in the form of comparative and superlative adjectives when describing a group of nouns. Similarly, adverbs describe verbs. Verbs are either transitive or intransitive. Transitive verbs need objects, while intransitive verbs can stand alone. There are many irregular verbs in the english language that don't follow the regular rules of verb conjugation. Unfortunately students must memorize what these verbs are. Three of these irregular verbs, "be