Saturday, 29 February 2020

Basic Sentence Patterns

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Basic Sentence Patterns


Every sentence must have a subject and a verb. When a sentence is written in “regular or
normal” order, the subject precedes (comes before) the verb.
In order to identify the Basic Sentence Patterns, you must be able to identify the subject
and verb of each sentence. However, subjects and verbs are presented in several different
ways.
Verb Phase-two or more verbs that work as a unit.
Verbs are classified as action or non-action. In verb phrases, classify the “main” verb. The
“main” verb is always the last verb in a verb phase.


Verb: Verbs are classified as action or non-action.
Verb Phrase: Verb phrase-two or more verbs that work as unit.

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