2-3-14 Class Notes ENG 321 Grammar

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Unformatted text preview: cate? the The type of verb determines the function The of elements in the predicate of – Frankie is in the library. Frankie in Adverbial of location – Frankie gave the teacher the book. Frankie the Indirect Object; Direct Object Direct What determines the elements in the predicate? the The type of verb determines the function The of elements in the predicate of – Frankie is in the library. Frankie in Adverbial of location – Frankie gave the teacher the book. Frankie the Indirect Object; Direct Object Direct – Frankie makes me mad. Frankie me mad Direct Object; Object Predicate Object What determines the elements in the predicate? the The type of verb determines the function The of elements in the predicate of – Frankie is in the library. Frankie in Adverbial of location – Frankie gave the teacher the book. Frankie the Indirect Object; Direct Object Direct – Frankie makes me mad. Frankie me mad Direct Object; Object Predicate Object – Frankie sent the letter to Thailand. Frankie the to Direct Object; Adverbial Adverbial Verb Valency: A quality of the verb that controls the number and types of functions in a predicate. in – Frankie fell. nothing nothing INTRANSITIVE INTRANSITIVE Verb Valency: A quality of the verb that controls the number and types of functions in a predicate. in – Frankie fell. nothing: nothing: INTRANSITIVE INTRANSITIVE – Frankie read a book. Frankie book Direct Object TRANSITIVE Verb Valency: A quality of the verb that controls the number and types of functions in a predicate. in – Frankie fell. nothing: nothing: INTRANSITIVE INTRANSITIVE – Frankie read a book. Frankie book Direct Object TRANSITIVE – Frankie has gone home. Frankie home Subject Predicate COPULAR 1 Verb Valency: A quality of the verb that controls the number and types of functions in a predicate. in – Frankie fell. nothing: nothing: INTRANSITIVE INTRANSITIVE – Frankie read a book. Frankie book Direct Object TRA...
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