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Sentences structure

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أستاذ المادة يحيى فاهم عبيد محمد الخفاجي       24/03/2017 19:06:17
A Sentence...
• MUST have a subject and a verb (predicate)
• MUST have a complete thought
Also...
• Begins with a capital letter
• Ends with punctuation
Every complete sentence contains two parts: a subject and a predicate.
The subject is what (or whom) the sentence is about, while the predicate tells something about the subject.
The neutron plays an important role in many nuclear reactions.
First find the verb and then make a question by placing ``who? or ``what? before it.
The answer is the neutron.

Can you find the subject in each sentence below?
1. Methanol dissolve polar compounds.
2. His Uncle Bob asked for directions.
3. Those soldiers carried guns.
4. Few students arrived late.

Sentence Types
• Simple
• Compound
• Complex
• Compound-Complex

A- Simple sentence = ONE independent clause
May have a compound subject or compound verb, but still only one main clause and no dependent clauses; may have phrases included, but still only one independent, main clause
Examples:
The electron spin around the nucleus.
(1 subject and 1 verb)
C and N bonded and formed covelant bond.
(compound subject and compound verb).
Tom and Mary play tennis and swim.
B- Compound Sentence - = A compound sentence has 2 or more parts that can stand alone (independent clauses)
Can be joined by a comma and a coordinating conjunction, CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS or by a semicolon


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