 Introduction.
 subject.
 subject classes.
 types of subject.
 subject cores.
 examples of subject.
 Predícate.
 p...
 This work is very important because it enriches our knowledge on
the subject of subject and predicate in is going to sol...
The subject is the action of a person, animal or thing. You can
also say it is the element of the sentence which says
some...
classes are subject:
 Simple subject: Is having a single nucleus. Example:
Mary went to his aunt over the weekend.
 Comp...
TACIT SUBJECT:
 When the subject is not
written, but you can think of
it, is called tacit subject.
 For example: Please ...
 It is the most important word in the Subject, is one which
speaks the predicate and which combines the Word. Eg:
My summ...
For example: The sun shines on the earth. It says "lightens
the earth", ie the predicate, guess who says that? The sun,
th...
Predicate is what is preached, what is said, is itself the expression
complete sense.
VERBAL SIMPLE
 Are simple tenses: present,
past, future, and pospretérito
copretérito.
VERBAL COMPUESTA
The compound tens...
 There are two types of predicate: Verbal and Nominal.
 Verbal predicate: This is when the verb expresses the behavior o...
 The core of the core syntactic predicate is the predicate,
traditionally considered the lexical verb of the main clause ...
 For example if we say: "play", the speaker is addressing a listener,
you are sending or begging for something, what you ...
ESCOGE LA RESPUESTA
CORRECTA:
 The subject is:
1. Quells words that say it is what
the noun.
2. quells words that indicat...
Trabajo de informatica!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Trabajo de informatica!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Trabajo de informatica!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Trabajo de informatica!!!!!!!!!!!!!

229 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
229
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Trabajo de informatica!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  1. 1.  Introduction.  subject.  subject classes.  types of subject.  subject cores.  examples of subject.  Predícate.  predícate classes  predícate types.  core predícate.  Examples of predícate.  Review.
  2. 2.  This work is very important because it enriches our knowledge on the subject of subject and predicate in is going to solve your class definition and review activities in order to know a little more depth and have a clear and concise on this.
  3. 3. The subject is the action of a person, animal or thing. You can also say it is the element of the sentence which says something.
  4. 4. classes are subject:  Simple subject: Is having a single nucleus. Example: Mary went to his aunt over the weekend.  Compound subject: Is having multiple cores. Example: Andrew and Charles were to play play.  Subject Express: It's the one in prayer. Example: I'm going to the movies on Saturday afternoons.  Tacit Subject: Is not found in the prayer is the self. Example: I go the movies on Saturday afternoons.
  5. 5. TACIT SUBJECT:  When the subject is not written, but you can think of it, is called tacit subject.  For example: Please play with me. In this sentence the subject is "you", and that is who is being asked to "play", however it is not written in prayer. EXPLICIT SUBJECT  the party is the subject implied, is when the prayer is written on the subject himself.  For example: The sea is choppy this afternoon. The explicit subject is "The Sea" as it is who is saying it is crushed this afternoon."
  6. 6.  It is the most important word in the Subject, is one which speaks the predicate and which combines the Word. Eg: My summer house has a large patio. Who IS the big yard? = Subject = my summer home then: Subject: My summer cottage Core: House is a noun. The house is one that "has a large patio
  7. 7. For example: The sun shines on the earth. It says "lightens the earth", ie the predicate, guess who says that? The sun, then "the sun" is the subject.
  8. 8. Predicate is what is preached, what is said, is itself the expression complete sense.
  9. 9. VERBAL SIMPLE  Are simple tenses: present, past, future, and pospretérito copretérito. VERBAL COMPUESTA The compound tenses are: Antepresente, Ante past, future,Ante copretérito and Ante pospretérito. All times are combined with the verb to have.
  10. 10.  There are two types of predicate: Verbal and Nominal.  Verbal predicate: This is when the verb expresses the behavior of the subject. These verbs include: play, work, jump, cry, etc..  Predicate: This is when the noun, adjective or participle following the copula (ser or star) describes, classifies and identifies the subject. For example: 1. The city streets are narrow and winding.? 2. The waves are very high.? 3. The Internet is a great network.
  11. 11.  The core of the core syntactic predicate is the predicate, traditionally considered the lexical verb of the main clause should be considered as the core.
  12. 12.  For example if we say: "play", the speaker is addressing a listener, you are sending or begging for something, what you are saying completely makes sense because the speaker is assuming an attitude. "Plays" is grammatical sentence because the verb is predicated only because he says something and also because it is combining. The subject that corresponds to it is "you."
  13. 13. ESCOGE LA RESPUESTA CORRECTA:  The subject is: 1. Quells words that say it is what the noun. 2. quells words that indicate who performs the action. 3. Quells words that indicate an action.  The core of the subject is: Word or words 1.Aquella main subject, also called noun. 2.quells indicating the action commonly known as a verb. 3.Aquel reporting on the subject  The implied subject is one that: 1. Apiece clearly in prayer. 2. This included in the sentence. 3. Se speaks of the subject when there is an unspoken subject in the sentence.  The explicit subject is one that: 1.Se speaks expressly subject when it appears in the sentence 2. Apiece clearly in prayer. 3.No there in prayer.

×