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Advance english 1[1]

  1. 1. ADVANCED ENGLISHBYPM.YOTA PAYUTTO…………………………………………..BASIC SE NTE NCE STRUCTURELet’s go
  2. 2. T H E R E A R E F I V E BA S I C PAT T E R N S A RO U N DW H I C H M O S T E N G L I S H S E N T E N C E S A R E BU I LT. *T H E Y A R E A S F O L L OW S :S-V Subject-Verb John sleeps.Jill is eating.Jack will arrive nextweek.S-V-O Subject-Verb-Object I like rice.She loves her job.Hes eating an orange.
  3. 3. ADVANCED ENGLISHS-V-Adj Subject-Verb-AdjectiveHe is funny.The workers are lazy.Karen seems angry.S-V-Adv Subject-Verb-Adverb Jim is here.Flowers areeverywhere.No one was there.
  4. 4. ADVANCED ENGLISHS-V-N Subject-Verb-Noun: She is my mom.The men are doctors.Mr. Jones is the teacher.At the heart of every English sentence is the Subject-Verbrelationship. Other elements can be added to make a sentencemore interesting, but they are not essential to its formation.
  5. 5. ADVANCED ENGLISHThe following sentences are examples of the S-V pattern.She sleeps. Core sentenceShe sleeps soundly. An adverb is added to describe how she sleeps.She sleeps on the sofa. A prepositional phrase is added totell where she sleeps.She sleeps every afternoon. A time expression is added to tellwhen she sleeps.
  6. 6. ADVANCED ENGLISHShe is sleeping right now. Verb tense is changed, but S-Vrelationship remains the same.Mary will sleep later. Subject is named and another tenseis used.The dogs are sleeping in the garage. New subject may requirea different form of the verb.Note: Any action verb can be used with this sentence pattern.
  7. 7. ADVANCED ENGLISHThe following sentences are examples of the S-V-O pattern.They like rice. Core sentenceThe people like rice. Specific subjectThe friendly people like rice. Subject modified with an adjectiveThe people in the restaurant like rice. Subject modified with an adjectiveThe people like boiled rice. Object modified with an adjective
  8. 8. ADVANCED ENGLISHThe people like hot, white rice. Object modifiedwith more than one adjectiveNote: Only transitive action verbs can be used withthis sentence pattern.
  9. 9. ADVANCED ENGLISHThe following sentences are examples of the S-V-Adjpattern.He is fine. Basic sentence with "be" verbHe seems happy. Basic sentence with another linking verbJordan is tall, dark and handsome. Series of adjectives
  10. 10. ADVANCED ENGLISHHe appears very comfortable. Adverb or intensifier addedGeorge became sick last night. Different tense and linkingverbNote: Only linking verbs can be used with thissentence pattern.
  11. 11. ADVANCED ENGLISHThe following sentences are examples of the S-V-Advpattern.The teacher is here. Basic sentenceThe teacher is over there. Using an adverb phraseTeachers are everywhere. Plural noun and verb used
  12. 12. ADVANCED ENGLISHThe teachers are in the lobby.Prepositional phrase functioning as adverbNote: Only linking verbs can be used with thissentence pattern.
  13. 13. ADVANCED ENGLISHThe following sentences are examples of the S-V-N pattern.The man is a doctor. Basic sentenceThe women are doctors. Using plural noun and verbMy father is a nice guy. Modified subject and complementMy grandparents are senior citizens. Modified plural subject andcomplement
  14. 14. ADVANCED ENGLISHNote: Only linking verbs can be used with thissentence pattern. *Other, less common structuresare dealt with in another unit. See also: Grammar:Noun and Verb Phrases
  15. 15. ADVANCED ENGLISH

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