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english test2 syntax


in a sentence nouns and pronouns have many uses or syntaxes
the of a sentence is the noun or pronoun that answers the questions who or what. subject
sometimes a sentence has two or more nouns used as the subject compound subject
sometimes a sentence has two or more verbs used as the predicate compound predicate
the is the noun or prounoun that comes after the predicate and answers the questions who or what. direct object
the is a noun or pronun that comes at the end of a prepositional phrase. object of the preposition
a is a noun,prounoun,or ajective that follows a linking (copulative) verb and refers to the subject. subjective complement
an is a noun or pronoun that tells to whome or for whom something is done or given. indirect object
the being verbs are am,is,are,was,were,be,being,been
the auxiliary/linking verbs are am,is,are,was,were,be,being,been,shall,will,may,can,has,have,had,do,does,did,should,would,might,could,must
verbs link the subject with a noun,pronoun or ajective.(a subjective complement or predicate nomitive/predicate adjecive) copulative/linking
the copulative/linking verbs are am,is,sre,was,were,be,being,been,appear,become,continue,feel,grow,look,remain,seem,smell, sound,taste
Created by: vicky30