Chapter 3 Sentence Patterns Pgs 29-40
Chapter 3 Sentence Patterns Pgs 29-40 Ling 238 001 201570
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Chapter 3 Sentence Patterns Pgs 2940 What are the goals for chapter 3 o 4 types of verbs be linking intransitive transitive Be able to recognize these 0 Diagram 10 sentence patterns 0 ID adverbs and prep phrases What are subjects and predicates subject what sentence is about ie the topic predicate what is said about the subject These terms refer to sentence functions roles SentenceNPVP Sentencenoun phraseverb phrase OR Sentence subjectpredicate What is sentence diagramming Shows how words form groups and how groups join to create sentence Using the ReedKellogg system How are sentence slots used Sentence slots start with the subject followed by the predicating verb Based on the pattern of the sentence the sentence will be diagrammed differently Patterns Be verb patterns Pattern I NP be ADVTP noun phrase predicating verb adverbial of time and place Pattern NP be ADJ noun phrase predicating verb subject compliment Pattern NP1 be NP1 noun phrase one predicating verb noun phrase one Linking verb patterns Pattern IV NP linking verb ADJ subj pred vb subj comp Pattern V NP1 Ink verb NP1 subj pred vb subj comp What is a subject compliment completes the verb and modifies describes the subject How do you diagram an idiomatic expression attach to the main line with a pedestal Some things to remember 0 prep phrase must have a nominal o prep phrase can function as an adverb c When looking at patterns ask these questions Adj What kind of problem How much Which one Adverb How VVhen Where In what manner Examples for each pattern follow with roman numeral I III band 2 a Studio students I scholars l road students seem djhgem Ox Next week Pattern VlX These are transitive and intransitive verbs students 93 n became 3 scholars
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