Greek1001_Part_6 - Important Note on Identifying Sentence...

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18 Important Note on Identifying Sentence Types: There are several different types of sentences. The three types which we will see most often this quarter are: 1. the Transitive Active Sentence (TAS), 2. the Intransitive Active Sentence (IAS), and 3. the Linking Sentence (LS). The TAS is governed by a transitive verb, a verb which transfers action from a subject to a direct object. The English word order for a TAS is Subject + Verb 6 Direct Object. The boy + hit 6 the desk. The IAS is governed by an intransitive verb, a verb which does not transfer action to a direct object. The English word order for a IAS is Subject + Verb I + think. The LS is governed by a linking verb, a form of the verb “to be” which links a subject with a predicate. The English word order for a LS is Subject/Predicate Verb Predicate/Subject A = B The rose is red. or Red is the rose. Another pattern I am a teacher. or
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