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E.g. This is a picture that a girl that friend of mine knows painted.
Prague school, the Copenhagen
E.g. comes – is coming
E.g. the Present Simple & the Past Simple.
E.g. I don’t mind his presence. –
E.g. She learn
E.g. A big man helped the small boy willingly.
E.g. John is easy to please. John is eager to please.
E.g. clear, clearly, clearness.
E.g. be – am – is – are – was – were – been; good – better – best; go – went – gone
Terminative verbs
Functional classification
E.g. He can read & write. (intransitive)
E.g. The door opened (intransitive). He opened the door (transitive).
Link verbs
Link verbs of being and remaining
Emphatic verbs
7 grammatical categories: tense, aspect, voice, mood, time correlation, person, number.
E.g. present – writes, past – wrote, future – will write
E.g. The Earth rotates round the Sun.
E.g. She loses her temper. She lost her temper. She will lose her temper.
Active Passive
Non-continuous Continuous
Non-perfect Perfect
E.g. She has come. – priority to the act of speech.
E.g. He listens attentively. –
Present subjunctive
Subjunctive: have, had
E.g. Subject
E.g. predicative
According to the place
E.g. king Lear, grammarian Blumkins.
Blokh: Sentence is a construction which in a given utterance is not a par of any larger construction. Barkhudarov
E.g. It was a long story!
E.g. – Married? (Are you…) - Widower, sir. (I am a…)
E.g. All of them criticized
E.g. theme rheme
E.g. rheme theme
E.g. theme rheme theme rheme
E.g. theme
E.g. theme rheme rheme

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