1-) I was in my 20s when I found out about our family connection.
2-) Now, 100 years after the suffragettes won some women the vote, Pankhurst's picture book Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World is to be celebrated at this week's Imagine Festival.
3-) It offers a way for parents to talk about gender equality, and how, although we are moving towards more equality, there are still differences out there and challenges girls in particular may face.
4-) Demand for the book - which has sold more than 100,000 copies - took publisher Bloomsbury by surprise last year.
5-) As far as I could see, there weren't any (nonfiction books celebrating women) for five- to nine-year-olds.
6-) But even she has been surprised by how popular the book has been and how outraged children are when they read about women being treated unfairly.
7-) Her second book in the series, Fantastically Great Women Who Made History, was published last Thursday.
8-) These are women from different cultures and backgrounds who have thrown off gender stereotypes to achieve amazing things, says Pankhurst.
9-) (She was dismayed to read the research carried out by the Observer last month).
10-) Repeatedly reading books where boys are one type of character and girls another must have a powerful drip-feed effect.
11-)She says that some older boys will assume her book isn't aimed at them.
1.) Line 1, line 2, lines 3, line 4, line 6, line 8, line 11: These are seven (underlined) examples of subordinate clauses. In each case, state which type of clause it is, what its syntactic function is, and whether the clause is finite or non-finite. (You do not have to analyze the clauses any further - do not draw trees)
2.) Describe the five verb phrases in bold in terms of tense, aspect, voice and/or modality (not all categories may be relevant for all verb phrases)
3.) Give a complete syntactic analysis (i.e. draw a tree) of the noun phrase in brackets in line 5 and the clause in brackets in line 9.
4.) Explain the difference in form and meaning between the
members of each of the following sentence pairs (i.e. define the
grammatical feature(s) that create the difference in meaning):
(1a) Unbelievably, they elected the unsuitable man president.
(1b) They elected an unbelievably unsuitable president.
(2a) The researchers may have discovered a cure for cancer.
(2b) A cure for cancer might have been discovered.
(3a) John told her that he didn't know.
(3b) John told her what she didn't know
For question 1 remember that in a relative clause the punctuation changes when it follows a specific noun. So do you notice... View the full answer
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- Apr 06, 2018 at 5:19am