Coordinated and subordinated sentences

Classified in Language

Written at on English with a size of 4.93 KB.

 
Coordinated copulation are propositions which combine their meanings. Links: y, e, ni. Coordinated copulation are propositions which combine their meanings. Links: y, e, ni.
Disjunctive propositions are joined by expressing alternative actions that can not be given at the same time. Links: o, u, or
Present distributive shares arise alternately, but not excluded. Links: ya ... and, well well, one another, Distributive Present actions that occur alternately, but not excluded. Links: ya ... and, well well, one another,
Adversative One of the proposals indicates opposition or difficulty in fulfilling the other. Partial: a proposition limiting the meaning of the other. Links: but, nevertheless,
Total: a preposition meaning excluding the other. Total Links: a preposition meaning excluding the other. Links: rather, it
Explained in the second preposition is explained or clarified the meaning of the first. Links: ie this is
They amount to a subordinate adjective adjective and perform the function of CN on the main motion. Nexus: what, who, who, on / the / which the / whom, which / whose / which / whose, where, when, how. Specified Subordinated Adjectives are tantamount to an adjective and perform the function of CN on the main proposition. Nexus: what, who, who, on / the / which the / whom, which / whose / which / whose, where, when, how. Specify: limit the meaning of the antecedent.
Explanatory unnecessary to add a background explanation.
Substantive equivalent of a noun and compound sentence plays in the same functions as a noun in a simple sentence (subject, attribute, CD, CR, CN, cadjan). Can be replaced by a noun or a pronoun SN neutral. Nexus: that if, and interrogative forms whom, when, how,
Substantive Interrogativasdirectas equivalent to a noun and compound sentence plays in the same functions as a noun in a simple sentence (subject, attribute, CD, CR, CN, cadjan). Can be replaced by a noun or a pronoun SN neutral. Nexus: that if, and interrogative forms whom, when, how, Interrogativasdirectas: reproduced verbatim the words of the speaker to ask a question. Are written in question marks.
Interrogativasindirectas: reproduce a question indirectly Totals: nexus if
Partial: the link is an interrogative pronoun or adverb tonic (who, how many)


Adverbial subordinate They amount to an adverb, so they play in the compound sentence the same function as the adverb in a simple sentence: CC
Own Own: can be replaced by an adverb and play the role of CC mode, time or place.Held meets where? Nexus Adverbial Subordinate They amount to an adverb, so they play in the compound sentence the same function as the adverb in a simple sentence: CC Own: can be replaced by an adverb and CC function as so , time or place. Held meets where? Nexus: where, although it may be preceded by a preposition. CCL
Mode: answers how? Nexus: as, as, like, CCM
Time: meet when?
Nexus Time: respond to when? Nexus: when, as, while, CST
Improper: can not be replaced by an adverb and complements the main proposition Grounds: answer why? E indicate the reason or why it happens in the main proposition expressed. Nexus: because, since then
Finals: respond to what for? E indicate the purpose, intent or purpose cam laying out the main motion. Nexos Finals: respond to what for? E indicate the purpose, intent or purpose cam laying out the main motion. Nexus: so that, in order that,
Conditional: express a necessary condition to meet the main motion. Nexus: if, as,
Concessive: they express an obstacle or difficulty that does not prevent compliance with the statement in the main motion.
Nexos concessive: they express an obstacle or difficulty that does not prevent compliance with the statement in the main motion. Nexus: though, so still,
Comparative: a comparison with an element of the main motion. Nexus: as / well as, more than,
Consecutive: express the consequence or effect of the statements in the main motion. Nexos Consecutive: express the consequence or effect of the statements in the main motion. Nexus: therefore, that,
Juxtaposed juxtaposition of two or more propositions which have no explicit connection. In this type of sentence relations are established, coordination and subordination.

Entradas relacionadas: