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 Subject Predicate Object Attributive Adverbal modifier › Of time › Of manner › Of place Subject Predicate Object Attributive Adverbal modifier › Of time › Of manner › Of place › Of cause › Of purpose › Of condition › Of degree

Declarative Imperative Interrogative (questions) Declarative Imperative Interrogative (questions)

Affirmative sentence Negative sentence Affirmative sentence Negative sentence

Subject Predicate. . Subject Predicate. .

 I live in London.  Anna came to the shop and bought there some oranges. I live in London. Anna came to the shop and bought there some oranges. He like the way I dance.

Subject Auxiliar yy notnot Predicate. .  Subject Auxiliar yy notnot Predicate. .

 Lily doesn’t live in Moscow.  I wouldn’t like to sing such song.  John Lily doesn’t live in Moscow. I wouldn’t like to sing such song. John doesn’t drink alcohol.

General question Special question Alternative question. Disjunctiv e question  General question Special question Alternative question. Disjunctiv e question

Auxiliary Subject Predicate ? ? -Yes/No, Subject Auxiliar yy-. .   Auxiliary Subject Predicate ? ? -Yes/No, Subject Auxiliar yy-. .

 - Would you like a cup of tea?  - Yes, I would.  - — Would you like a cup of tea? — Yes, I would. — Did you complete your homework? — No, I didn’t.

WH-WH- word Auxiliar yy Subject Predicate ? ? Subject Predicate-- --. .   WH-WH- word Auxiliar yy Subject Predicate ? ? Subject Predicate— —. .

 - What is your name?  - My name is Kate.  - Where did — What is your name? — My name is Kate. — Where did you buy this beautiful dress? — I bought it Gloria Jeans.

Auxiliar yy Subject Predicate -- oror Subject Predicate -- ? ? . .   Auxiliar yy Subject Predicate — oror Subject Predicate — ? ? . .

 - Do you prefer to eat apples or melons?  - I prefer to eat — Do you prefer to eat apples or melons? — I prefer to eat melons. — Is he 17 or 18? — He is 18.

Subject Predicate Auxiliar yy Subject ? ? -- ++ -- Yes/No, Subject Auxiliar yy, , .Subject Predicate Auxiliar yy Subject ? ? — ++ — Yes/No, Subject Auxiliar yy, , . .

 - You’re pianist, aren’t you?  - Yes, I’m.  - You don’t like animals, — You’re pianist, aren’t you? — Yes, I’m. — You don’t like animals, do you? — No, I love them!

Predicate. . Predicate. .

 Give me the pencil,  please.  Go straight, then turn to the left and Give me the pencil, please. Go straight, then turn to the left and enter the door titled “Vegetarian foods”. Leave it to me.

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