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  • Structure of the sentence Á.̺íõíàñàí
  • Structure of the sentence
    • Sentence
    • A sentence is a group of words expressing a complete thought.
      • Subject
      • Predicate
            • S+V
            • S- Subject
            • V- Verb
  • Structure of the sentence
    • Simple sentence
    • Composite sentence
    • example:
    • She has four children.
    • - Simple sentence
    • I know that she has four children.
    • - Composite sentence
  • Structure of the sentence
            • Simple sentence
    • One - member sentence
      • Two - member sentence
        • Elliptical sentence
  • Structure of the sentence
    • One member sentence
        • example:
        • - Fire!
        • - Sugar?
    • Two member sentence
      • Un extended sentence
      • Extended sentence
        • example:
        • - Birds fly. (S+V)
        • - A cup of coffee, please.
  • Structure of the sentence
    • Main parts of the sentence
    • Subject (S) Predicate (V)
    • Secondary parts of the sentence
    • Object Attribute Adverbial modifier
  • Structure of the sentence
    • Elliptical sentence
    • example:
    • - Where did you go?
    • - To the country .
  • Structure of the sentence
    • The main parts of sentence
        • The subject
          • Complete subject
          • Personal subject
          • Simple subject
          • Complex subject
          • Impersonal subject
  • Structure of the sentence
    • The main parts of sentence
        • The Predicate
          • Complete predicate
          • Simple predicate
          • Compound predicate
          • Nominal predicate
          • Verbal predicate
          • Compound nominal predicate
  • Structure of the sentence
    • The Secondary parts of the sentence
        • Attribute
          • Apposition
        • The object
          • Direct object -transitive verb
          • Indirect object -intransitive verb
          • Complex object
  • Structure of the sentence
    • The Secondary of the sentence
        • The adverbial modifier
          • Adverbial modifier of place
          • Adverbial modifier of time
          • Adverbial modifier of manner
          • Adverbial modifier of degree
          • Adverbial modifier of cause
          • Adverbial modifier of purpose
          • Adverbial modifier of result
          • Adverbial modifier of condition
          • Adverbial modifier of concession
  • Structure of the sentence
    • The Secondary of the sentence
      • The Complement
        • Direct object - He ordered soup .
        • Indirect object - Can you lend me $5
        • Object complement
        • -They called it freelance teaching
        • Subject complement -(noun complement)
  • Structure of the sentence
            • Composite sentence
    • Composite sentence
      • Compound sentence
      • Complex sentence
      • Compound-complex sentence
    • Compound sentence
      • Main clause - conjunction - main clause
      • Example:
      • - Her father was mostly absent , and her mother arrived at night .
      • and, but, or, yet, either…or, neither…nor, whereas, not only…but also.
  • Structure of the sentence
            • Complex sentence
    • Complex sentence
      • Main clause
      • Subordinate clause
    • Types of the subordinate clause
      • Subject clause
      • Predicative clause
      • Object clause
      • Relative clause
  • Thank you Conclusion: To read and translate advanced texts or books you should know the structure of the English sentence.