تبلیغات
وبلاگ رسمی کتابخانه دیجیتال زبان انگلیسی
پرداخت مبلغ خدمات

مبلغ: تومان
نام :
ایمیل :
موبایل :
آخرین مطالب

» دانلود راهنمای کتاب دستور و نگارش ۲ دکتر فریدون وحدانی ( 1394/11/22 )
» دانلود جزوه راهنمای کلیات زبان شناسی (متن و ترجمه) ( 1394/11/8 )
» دانلود خلاصه روش تدریس زبان انگلیسی لارسن ( 1394/11/8 )
» دانلود پاسخ های تشریحی آزمون های کارشناسی ارشد سال ۷۵-۹۳ آموزش زبان انگلیسی ( 1394/10/22 )
» افتتاح رسمی فروشگاه ( 1394/04/8 )
» آموزش نوین لغات حیاتی زبان انگلیسی یکبار برای همیشه (بر روی عکس کلیک کنید) ( 1394/02/16 )
» مروری بر دیدگاه والتر بنیامین در "نظریه ترجمه" ( 1394/02/8 )
» بزرگترین بسته آموزشی زبان انگلیسی ( 1394/01/17 )
» پیشنهاد فوق العاده ( 1393/12/19 )
» به عموم جوانان در اروپا و امریکای شمالی ( 1393/12/4 )
» To the Youth in Europe and North America ( 1393/12/4 )
» ? What are phrasal verbs ( 1393/12/1 )
» the most common English mistakes made by ESL students ( 1393/11/8 )
» نام و مقطع رشته های دانشگاهی به زبان انگلیسی ( 1393/11/8 )
» بسته های زبان انگلیسی-هر انچه شما میخواهید ( 1393/11/3 )
» فروشگاه تخصصی انجمن ( 1393/10/16 )
» دانلود رایگان ( 1393/09/27 )
» آهنگ Best Song Ever از گروه One Direction ( 1393/09/21 )
» ۲۴ پاورپوینت رشته مترجمی زبان انگلیسی ( 1393/09/20 )
» Dr. Seuss ( 1393/09/16 )
» دانلود کتاب Introducing Translation Studies جرمی ماندی ( 1393/09/16 )
» روز دانشجو مبارک ( 1393/09/16 )
» دانلود رایگان نمونه سوالات پیام نور با پاسخنامه ( 1393/09/14 )
» 57 ways to improve your fluency ( 1393/09/10 )
» Have your head in the clouds ( 1393/09/9 )
» 12 کانال یوتیوب برای یادگیری مکالمه زبان انگلیسی ( 1393/09/8 )
» United Kingdom vs. Great Britain ( 1393/09/8 )
» خودآموز جامع زبان انگلیسی - نکات کاربردی در دنیای واقعی ( 1393/09/7 )
» خودآموز جامع زبان انگلیسی - نکات کاربردی در دنیای واقعی ( 1393/09/7 )
» خودآموز جامع زبان انگلیسی - آموزش گرامر کاربردی ( 1393/09/6 )

آمار بازدید

کل بازدید ها :
بازدید امروز :
بازدید دیروز :
بازدید این ماه :
بازدید ماه قبل :
تعداد نویسندگان :
تعداد کل مطالب :
آخرین بروز رسانی :

کلمات کلیدی


درباره ما


تمامی فعالیت های آموزشی به سایت www.triggerpnu.ir انتقال یافت.
کپی فقط با ثبت صلوات و ذکر منبع مجاز می باشد.
با تشکر

Triggerpnu@gmail.com


Phone: 0938-846-2393

ایجاد کننده وبلاگ : Ali Reza Amiri

فرم تماس با ما
تریگر پی ان یو - تریگر پی ان یو


  • تاریخ ارسال : 1393/09/3, 10:36

As any English grammar teacher will tell you, a complete sentence has at least one subject-verb pair. They’re a pair because they match. They match because, well, they work smoothly as a team. One half of the pair (the verb) expresses action or being, and the other half (the subject) is whatever or whoever does the action or exists in the state of being. Here are subject-verb pairs that match

Eggworthy scrambled
Ms. Drydock has repaired

Just for comparison, here is one mismatch

Eggworthy scrambling

When you’re texting or IMing (instant messaging), space is tight. Every character counts, including spaces. Therefore, many people opt for “sentences” that contain only verbs, when the meaning is clear. Check out this text: Went home. Fed cow. Cleaned barn.

Complete sentences may also include more than one subject-verb pair

Dorothy fiddled while the orchestra pit burned. (Dorothy = subject of the verb fiddled, orchestra pit = subject of the verb burned)
Not only did George swim, but he also sipped the pool water. (George = subject of the verb did swim, he = subject of the verb sipped)

Complete sentences may also match one subject with more than one verb, and vice versa

The lizard with a British accent appeared in three commercials but sang in only two. (lizard = subject of verbs appeared, sang)
Alice and Archie will fight endlessly over a single birdseed. (Alice, Archie = subjects of the verb will fight)

Complete sentences that give commands may match an understood subject (you) with the verb

Visit Grandma, you little creep! (you-understood = subject of the verb visit)

What’s an incomplete sentence? It’s the moment in the television show just before the last commercial. You know what I mean. The hero slowly edges the door open a few inches, peeks in, gasps, and . . . FADE TO DANCING DETERGENT BOTTLE. You were planning to change the channel, but instead you wait to see if the villain’s cobra is going to bite the hero’s nose. You haven’t gotten to the end, and you don’t know what’s happening.

A complete sentence is the opposite of that moment in a television show. You have gotten to the end, and you do know what’s happening. In other words, a complete sentence must express a complete thought

Check out these complete sentences. Notice how they express complete thoughts

Despite Eggworthy’s fragile appearance, he proved to be a tough opponent
I can’t imagine why anyone would want to ride on top of a Zamboni
Did Lola apply for a job as a Zamboni driver

For comparison, here are a few incomplete thoughts

The reason I wanted a divorce was
Because I said so

Yes, in context those incomplete thoughts may indeed express a complete thought

Sydney: So the topic of conversation was the Rangers’ season opener
Alice: No! “The reason I wanted a divorce” was

and

Sydney: Why do I have to do this dumb homework
Alice: Because I said so

Fair enough. You can pull a complete thought out of the examples. However, the context of a conversation is not enough to satisfy the complete thought/complete sentence rule. To be “legal,” your sentence must express a complete thought

In deciding whether you have a complete sentence or not, you may be led astray by words that resemble questions. Consider these three words: who knits well. A complete thought? Maybe yes, maybe no. Suppose those three words form a question

Who knits well?

This question is understandable and its thought is complete. Verdict: legal. Suppose these three words form a statement

Who knits well

Now they don’t make sense. This incomplete sentence needs more words to make a complete thought

The honor of making Fido’s sweater will go to the person who knits well



ادامه مطلب
تبلیغات

تبلیغات