Syntactic entities > Predicative (adjectival or nominal)
This animation teaches the learner to define, identify a noun clause in given sentences. It also teaches the learner how to use noun clause as subject of a v...
Learn Biblical Hebrew - lesson 17 - Nominal Sentences | by eTeacherBiblical.com
Visit: http://eteacherhebrew.com/sigal One of the characteristic phenomena of the Hebrew language is the common use of "nominal sentences", which don't requi...
Inglês 200 horas - Fashion
Another English word that has been adopted into the Portuguese language with a slightly different usage is the word "fashion." The problem that beginning lea...
Sentence Diagramming 7. The Nominal Clause as Subject
Sentence Diagram: Simple Predicate D
The Tale of Mr. Morton
A clip from SHR on subject-predicate agreement.
Noun Sentence in Arabic - Arabic Grammar rules by The Fluent in Arabic Academy
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18."Halt! Whom Goes There?" Pronoun Case, Continued. English Grammar Lesson
Your anxiety about the choice between "who" and "whom" is laid to rest by Yossarian the Grammarian.
Noun Phrase Exercises
This video features the discussion of noun phrase exercises from sentence analysis #1B. The exercises come from the Warriner's textbook and a student example...
16. Indirect Objects and Objective Complements. Grammar
Yossarian the Grammarian lays bare the nature of the indirect object and the much less well known objective complement. English language and grammar.
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