Showing posts with label Sentence Structure. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sentence Structure. Show all posts

Thursday, 20 August 2015

1 Simple Sentences - Sentence Structure


Sentence Structure

1: Simple Sentences

Simple Sentences sirf 1 Independent Clause par mushtamil hotay hain.

He drinks tea.
She wanted to play cricket.
They are learning Urdu.
I was laughing at him.
Two and two make four.

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2 Compound Sentences - Sentence Structure


Sentence Structure

2: Compound Sentences

Compound Sentences 2 ya is say zyada Independent Clauses par mushtamil hotay hain. In Clauses ko Co-ordinating Conjunctions istemal kar kay milaiya jata hai.

Iqbal shouted and everyone waved.
I like tea but she likes coffee.
They are kind so they help the needy.
She remained silent, for she was sad.

Iqbal shouted = Independent Clause
and = Co-ordinating Conjunction
everyone waved = Independent Clause

The common coordinating conjunctions are:
FANBOYS--for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so

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3 Complex Sentences - Sentence Structure


Sentence Structure

3: Complex Sentences

Complex Sentences 1 Independent/Main Clause aur 1 ya is say zyada Dependent/Adverbial/Subordinate Clauses par mushtamil hotay hain.

Akram's father died when he was very young.
Akram was sad because his father died when he was very young.
I washed the cup after I drank tea.
He brushes his teeth when he wakes up.

Akram's father died = Independent Clause
when he was very young = Adverbial Clause

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4 Compound-Complex Sentences - Sentence Structure


Sentence Structure

4: Compound-Complex Sentences

Compound-Complex Sentences 2 Independent/Main Clauses aur 1 ya is say zyada Dependent/Adverbial/Subordinate Clauses par mushtamil hotay hain.

Asif went to shool, but Naeem remained at home because he was ill.

Asif went to school = Independent Clause
(but) Naeem remained at home = Independent Clause
because he was ill = Adverbial Clause

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