Syntactic Analysis

* To analyze a sentence syntactically, we first find the verb and you are asked “Who? performs the action of the verb. What answer is the subject and the predicate else automatically.

Subject phrase

The subject phrase consists of:

* Nucleus (N) * is always a noun, pronoun or infinitive.

* Determinant (det.) * is any kind of decisive: article, possessive, the infinitive, demonstration etc. And go with the name.

* Attachment (Adg.) * is an adjective that goes with the name.

* Apposition (Rev.) * is a noun that is not preceded by preposition.

* Add the name (CN) * is a group of words that accompany the core (normally preposition and noun)

Predicate Phrase

The predicate phrase consists of:

* Nucleus (N) * is a verb

* Supplement Direct (CD) * To find the direct object has two forms:

* To be replaced by pronouns: lo, la, los, las. * Will there when the direct object becomes the passive subject of the sentence. “Slippers”: You may ask “What is what?

* Direct Plug-res

There has never preposition

* Add direct person

It takes the preposition “to”

* Add indirect (CI) * To find it use a form

You can substitute the pronouns he, he. Always carry forward the preposition “to” sometimes “for.” It can never be subject in a passive sentence or replaced by pronouns lo, la, los, las.

“Slippers”: You can ask whom? or for whom?

* Add Situational (CC) * There are several types and are ascertained with specific questions.

* Situational Place Supplement (CCL) * verb is asked to Where? , Can be an adverb of place.

* Add Situational Time (CST) * verb is asked to When? , May be preceded by a preposition or adverb of time.

* Add Situational Mode (CCM) * the verb is asked How? , Or an adverb of manner.

* Add Situational Cause (CCCau) * is asked why the verb?

* Add circumstantial Purpose (CCF) * verb was asked why?

* Add Situational Company (cccom) * You asked the verb “With whom?

* Add Situational Instrument (CCI) * You asked the verb “So?

* Add Situational Matter (CCMAT) * You asked the verb “With this done?

* Add Situational Amount (CCC) * verb was asked how much?

* Add Situational Denial (CCNeg) * When there is a negative particle.

* Add Situational Affirmation (CCA) * When there is an affirmative particle

* If a circumstantial complement we can not include in the list above will be called simply (CC)

Active Prayer

* Subject * Always perform the action of the verb, the subject is called agent

* Word * May: * copula (be, be and be seen)

* Predicate (anyone other than intercourse)

These verbs can be in simple and compound time.

when they have no subject, verbs are usually weather (rain, thunder, lightning, hail)

Passive Sentence

* Subject * The subject receives the action of the verb. This guy is called a subject patient.

* Word * This is always composed and consists of a copulative auxiliary participle of the verb plus that conjugates.

Features of Personal Pronouns

* Only CD, lo, la, los, las.

* Only CI; you, I.

* They can be CD or CI, I, you, you, us, os.

* If no CD, CD is

* If the CD, is CI

Types of Prayers

* Copulative sentences are those in which the core is always preached copula (be, be and have) the copula has no meaning, linking the subject and predicate. Copula: unite.

C. They attribute and circumstantial, but never CD or CI

To find it you can replace the C. Attribute the pronoun “it or”

* Passive sentences have a passive verb is formed by the verb: the Aux. copula (to be, and appear to be) + the past participle of the verb is conjugated. Take a complement “to”. You can take supplements but never circumstantial CD, CI, C. Attribute.

* Reciprocal sentences are those in which two or more individuals perform and receive the same action. Example: John and Miguel letter.

* Reflective Prayers Are those sentences in which the subject receives and performs the action of the verb. Example: John combing.

Values and uses the pronoun “se”

Reflexive pronouns Direct * When the action gets performed by the subject, rests with himself. Its function is CD if in prayer there is another CD

Reflexive pronouns Indirect * When the action gets performed by the subject, rests with himself. Its function is prayer and CI when CD is

Reciprocal * When the subject is wide and performs the same action simultaneously, toward each other, the other toward one. Function: is your CD if no other CD is a CD CI when

False “to” * When they pronominalizados the CD (I) and IQ (I) the pronoun “se” is replacing the (le). Its function is CI

* Reflects passive is only possible in 3rd person singular or plural, is subject to the verb agrees in number, usually an individual thing and that receives the action. You can go before or after the verb. No specific function No function, puts or Reflex Passive Morpheme.

Impersonal Reflection * It is only possible in 3rd person singular or plural subject is consistent with the verb. No grammatical subject and if you have CD are impersonal sentences. With intransitive verbs, no CD is not function.

* Join pronominal pronominal verbs such as bragging, dare, they come in … Which can not be together without a pronoun. The pronoun “se” is part of the verb. It can be dative, ethical and lexical opposition.

Name of the sentence

Prayers can be:

* * Simple Simple or compound when they have a verb (both as simple as in composite). Composed when carry two or more verbs (both as simple as in composite)

* * Unimembre bimembre Unimembre or when they are formed by a single phrase (SP) (impersonal sentences, not having a subject). Bimembres when they consist of two phrases (SS / SP) (although the subject is elliptical).

* Classification according to their meaning * can be declarative, hesitant, exclamations …

Affirmative or negative *

* Active * Active or passive when they take an active verb. Passive when the verb is in passive voice (cop aux + participle)

* * Transitive Transitive or intransitive verb and have a CD are intransitive verb when they carry and bear CD

* * Copulative predicate intercourse or wear a copula (to be, and appear to be) and attribute. Take any other verb predicate.

Personal is personal or impersonal when you have a subject either in prayer or omitted. Impersonal