Lecture Week 2
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Date Created: 02/09/15
Lecture 2 2 Clause conjunctive adverb clause comma splice Periods go inside quotations in American English Subordinating conjunction Has to be connected to clause before it Clause subordinating conjunction clause Form and Function Function How things are grouped together Subject Function of the subject If it fills the slot it functions as the subject Ex laugh s ed is a good idea What something does in a particular sentence Predicate is everything that is not the subject VP verb phrase is always part of the predicate EX He Form Verb form Past tense ed Present tense s ing Noun form His possessive pronoun determiner His Nouns can come after determiners Can make it plural Can make it possessive genitive Ex the dream s meaning Cannot know the function if you just have an isolated word You can know the form with an isolated word Words can be describes through Semantics meaning Function Form Form classes parts of speech Lecture 2 4 Form classes Noun phrase Determiner Plural Genitive Verb phrase ing Past tense Present tense Adjectives Comparative er more Superlative est most Adverbs Derivational suffix 1y Changes from one form class to another Comparative More Superlative Most Noun phrase NP noun as the headword Verb phrase VP verb as the headword Prepositional phrase PP preposition NP Structure Classes Pronoun Preposition Conjunctions FANBOYS For and nor but or yet so Functions Adverbial Adj ectival Nominal Verbal Predicate Subject Each sentence is broken into two parts A subject and a predicate
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