Predicator, predicate, the degree of predicate

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Predicator, predicate, the degree of predicate

  1. 1. KELOMPOK 3 FAIZ MUBAROK SAID NIDHOM NIKEN A K SITI WAHYUNI NURUL FADILAH DWI HANTORO
  2. 2.  Dwi Hantoro is Reading the book of Harry Potter From the example above, we should delete the referring expression on the sentence to identify where is the predicator. Dwi Hantoro is reading the book of Harry Potter So we get “is reading” or we call it “Remainders”, but we don’t have found the predicator yet.
  3. 3. We should isolate the remainder “is reading” into the original sentence we call the predicators of the sentences. “is reading” the original of it is “Read” So the predicator of the sentence Dwi Hantoro is Reading the book of Harry Potter Is Read
  4. 4. The Predicator is a simple word which does not belong to any of the referring expression and which of the remainder, makes the most specific contribution to the meaning of the sentence
  5. 5.  The children blew the balloon  Shawn is in United Kingdom  Pancasila field is behind STAIN Salatiga.  The hospital is outside the city  The parking area of Stain Salatiga is full
  6. 6. Predicate is any word (of sequence of words) which (in a given single sense) can function as the predicator of a sentence. One sentence contain predicate and predicator. “a fat, pretty lawyer joined the session ” The predicator is join and the rest of it we can call it predicate. A fat, pretty, lawyer, session, is function as predicate and can function as predicator in other sentences.
  7. 7.  He hit the dog roughly  My love is your enemy  The victim at the street is female  The naughty young man walk to the canteen  The parking area of Stain Salatiga is full
  8. 8. Degrees of Predicates The number of arguments in a simple declarative sentence
  9. 9.  He sneezed  This sentence has one referring expression – He  Sneeze is one - degree of predicate  I love him  This sentence has two referring expressions I and him  Love is a two - degree of predicate  She cry loudly  This sentence has one referring expressions she  Cry is a one - degree of predicate  This place is beautiful  This sentence has one referring expressions this place  beautiful is a one - degree of predicate  I gave him some money  This sentence has two referring expressions I and him  Gave is a two - degree of predicate

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