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Unformatted text preview: Essential grammar Week 5 By Peiling Hsia Contents: Subject Subject-Verb agreement Parallelism structural Dangling and misplaced modifiers Participial phrases How to read long sentences Subject Subject 1. 名名 Dogs are human’s best friends. Food is what I need now. 2. 名名名 They are good students. We went to the mall yesterday. 3. The + 名名名 The rich are not always happy. 4. The + 名名名名 (V+ing) The living in the world should be not selfish. 5. The + 名名名名 (P.P) The wounded should take a good rest at home. 6. 名名名 (To + 原原原原 ) To study hard is the only way to get high scores. To have a baby is a big responsibility. 7. 名名名 Dancing is my hobby. Traveling alone is so much fun. 8. 名名名名名 From this morning to tomorrow night is a long time. 9. 名名 What you say makes me disappointed. When he will come is not important. That the earth is square is not true. What I need now is food. Subject-Verb Agreement 主主主主主主主 動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動 動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動 When the subject of a sentence is composed of two or more nouns or pronouns connected by and, use a plural verb. 1. 主主主主主 (indefinite pronouns) anyone, everyone, someone, no one, nobody 主 主主 ! Everyone has done his or her homework. Somebody has left her purse. 動動動動動動動 ( 動 all, some ) 動動動動動動 -- 動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動 Some of the beads are _____ missing. Some of the water ____ gone. “none” 動動動動動動動 ( 動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動 ) None of you claims responsibility for this incident? None of you claim responsibility for this incident? None of the students have done their homework. (their 動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動 ) 2. 動動動動動 “ everyone” 動 “ everybody” 動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動 動動動動 動 動 each 動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動 - each 主主主主主主 動 Everyone has finished his or her homework. Everybody knows Mr. Jones. Each of the students _____ responsible for doing his or her work in the library. 3. together with, as well as 動 along with 動動動動 and 動動動動 動 The mayor as well as his brothers is going to prison. The mayor and his brothers are going to jail. ( 動 as well as 動 along with 動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動 ) ( 動 and 動動動動動 1+1=2 動動動動動動 ) 4. neither 動 either 動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動動 動 Neither of the two traffic lights is working....
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2012 for the course EECS 101 taught by Professor Hero during the Spring '11 term at National Taipei University.

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