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English syntax generally follows a Subject-,Verb,-Object (SVO) order. Consider the following example. the boy hugged the dog. We see that the Subject of the ,clause, (the thing or person performing the action) is the boy; the ,Verb,, which describes the particular action, is hugged, and the Object (the thing undergoing the action) is the dog.
Verb, + modifier “ran quickly” = predicate; The dog ran home. ,Verb, + object “ran home” = predicate 4. Types of ,Clauses,. There are two main types of ,clauses, that we use in sentences. They are called independent ,clauses, and dependent (or subordinate) ,clauses,, and each works differently in a sentence and on its own. a.
A ,clause, is a group of words that includes at least a subject and a ,verb,. There are four types of ,clause,: an independent ,clause, (or main ,clause,), dependent ,clause, (or subordinate ,clause,), a relative ,clause, (or adjective ,clause,, and a noun ,clause,.
Verb, patterns. Different ,verbs, have different patterns, so the structure of the ,clause, depends on the ,verb,. Transitive and intransitive ,verbs,. Most ,verbs, in English are either transitive or intransitive. A transitive ,verb, has the structure noun + ,verb, + noun:
A noun ,clause, is a ,clause, that functions as a noun. Like all ,clauses,, a noun ,clause, has a subject and a ,verb,. Lots of noun ,clauses, start with 'that,' 'how,' or a 'wh'-word (e.g., 'why,' 'what'). Noun ,clauses, can function as subjects, objects, or complements. This page has lots of examples of noun ,clauses, and an interactive exercise.
Clauses, beginning with what may be singular or plural according to what they refer to, as in "What we need is more time" and "What we need are two more workers." I also observe that a singular ,verb, is used in such cases. Maybe, because the later part of the what-,clause, is considered as a singular concept irrespective of the plural predicate words.
Printer Fabulous! The ,Clause, Recognize a ,clause, when you find one. ,Clauses, come in four types: main (or independent), subordinate (or dependent), adjective (or relative), and noun.Every ,clause, has at least one subject and one ,verb,.Other characteristics will help you distinguish one type of ,clause, from another.