Syntactic function of noun

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The morpheme gender The gender morpheme is one of the constituent morphemes of the noun together with the morpheme, Necessarily, all nouns belong to one or another gender. From the point of view of the signifier, nouns can be variable or constant. The invariant are not allowed variation. Are male: "X". Are female: "X". The variables are the variation in several ways: to replace the brand-a female "client" to "From the point of view of the meaning may be unmotivated, who have no reason to belong to one or another gender. This group includes nouns unchanged. They may also be motivated, which are those belonging to either gender due to the difference of sex, size, shape. If customer is due to a gender difference.
The syntactic function of noun noun, syntactically, is the core of the noun phrase. I perform all functions except C. PVO that only plays the verb.
Abstract nouns and concrete nouns designating persons, animals or things. Nouns can be concrete or abstract. Are concrete beings, situations or things that are perceived and represented in the mind through images. "Newspapers", "customers", "books" and "money" are concrete. They are abstract beings or ideas that have no independent existence of reality. "Majority", "truth" and "hope" are abstract. The predominance of abstract nouns used for description and analysis of intangible concepts and aid in the accuracy and conceptual rigor. The abundance of specific substantive allows the presentation of issues perceived by the senses.

Adjectives from the semantic point of view
We note in the text, the abundance of adjectives, typical of such texts, expository-argumentative. (Only if this type of text). Adjectives can be explanatory or specified. Explanatory adjectives are those that have little news value, but indicate a quality of the noun, without defining or restricting their meaning, often take precedence. These adjectives are carriers of value judgments. Explanatory adjectives are "X". The adjectives are specified with a highly informative, provide essential information for the group selected the noun it belongs to, restrict or define its meaning. Often postponed. The deletion of an adjective can alter the meaning specified word. Denote objectivity. Are adjectives specified "X"
Pronoun is a grammatical category that replaces a noun.
Many, is an indefinite pronoun. Formally, it is variable in gender and number. Here is masculine plural because it refers to clients. Functionally, from the viewpoint of syntactic subject. According to its meaning, has an anaphoric deictic value because it refers to "clients" has been prepended.
Q ue, is a relative pronoun. Formally, it is invariable in gender and number, here is masculine plural because it replaces "readers." Functionally, from the syntactic point of view acts as the link and the subject of a subordinate clause adjectival explanatory. According to its meaning, has an anaphoric deictic value because it refers to "readers" has been prepended.
The, is an enclitic personal pronoun. Formally, it is variable in gender and number, here is masculine plural because it replaces "readers." Functionally, from the syntactic point of view serves as a CD, because this pronoun always fulfill that role. According to its meaning, has an anaphoric deictic value because it refers to "readers" has been prepended.
Le, is a personal pronoun. Formally, it is invariable in gender and variable in number, refers to the 3 rd person and is unstressed. Functionally, from the syntactic point of view serves as a CI, as this pronoun always fulfill that role. According to its meaning, has an anaphoric deictic value because it refers to "person" is a prefix.
Verbs used: 1 person singular imperfect indicative of the verb soler. It is a simple lexeme formed by the sol-which provides the lexical information and the morpheme of time, manner and appearance-ed. This verb is irregular. This time indicates a past action taken as a course. He looks imperfect
It would have been: 3 rd person singular conditional indicative of the compound verb "be." It is a compound shape, formed by the auxiliary verb "have" that provides grammatical information: number and person, tense and mood and participle of the verb "be" that provides lexical information. In the compound forms of the verb there are no irregularities, has perfective aspect. (Action completed)

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