There are 12 main verb tenses in English and each serves a distinct purpose.
Transitions are used to help sentences, paragraphs, and ideas "flow" together. This allows for ease of reading and comprehension by a reader.
Conjunctive adverbs are commonly used as transitions that help sentences, ideas, and paragraphs flow.
Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. They provide a shortcut to avoid repeating any persons, places, or things.
Prepositions allow the noun or pronoun in the phrase to modify another word in the sentence.
Modifiers are describing words.
A conditional sentence describes a condition that is necessary for a particular outcome to occur.
A, an, and the are articles placed before a noun and any modifiers that refer to that noun.
Adjectives are words or phrases used to modify nouns.