🥇 ▷ 75 Examples of 【Syntax】

The syntax is the part of the grammar which studies the way words are combined and ordered to form sentences. It is in charge of analyzing the functions that words perform, as well as the concordance phenomena that they can present with each other. The minimum unit of study of syntax is the sentence.

Now, within the sentence, the words acquire a precise meaning and fulfill a function determined by the syntax. In the sentences:

He broke his right wrist while playing soccer. The red-haired doll is expensive.

The word doll by itself has several meanings, but in each sentence it only takes one of them. In addition, this same word fulfills a different function, in the first sentence it is a direct object and in the second it is subject.

The different studies of syntax over time have established different elements that make it up, among them: the sentence, the phrase and the phrase.

Here we will explain each of them and we will give you many examples.

What is prayer?: Examples

The Sentence is the unit, within the speech, that expresses a complete sense and is constituted by subject and predicate.

He Subject is the one who is spoken of in the sentence and is often the agent of the action of the verb. He Predicate is what is said about the subject. In the following examples:

the winds of glory they will come in januaryThe shelves they were completely empty.

The subject is represented by “the winds of glory and the shelves” and the predicate of both sentences is “they will come in January and they were completely empty”.

to. Unimember Prayers

They are sentences where it is not possible to distinguish the subject and the predicate and they are called unimembers, because they constitute an indivisible unit. It is the case of interjections, greetings, farewells and sentences formed by meteorological verbs. Some examples:

Oh my gosh! Hello! Bye bye! It got dark fast. It rains heavily. !! Congratulations!! Good! It snowed heavily.

b. Bimembered Prayers

Sentences that are made up of a subject and a predicate are known as bimembered sentences. Examples:

The owner he yelled at his customers. the tablecloth It was dirty. Maria studied a career Children they drink sodas Alice and her aunt They were in Tokyo. robert and hanna They will sign autographs. Dad love mom. Indira is a nurse. Church it’s open. The soda it is harmful. The light light everything up God it’s good.

syntactic phrases

Phrases are those expressions that do not always constitute a sentence because they lack the presence of a verb, which is why they do not have a complete meaning, these constructions are examples of phrases:

One September morning. The blue of the sky. Gladly. Without reason. From time to time. Just in case. Here again. Maybe yes. Maybe not. It is not like this. This way.

What is the phrase?

It is defined as a unit made up of a word which is the most important and which functions as the nucleus; it can be accompanied by plugins or modifiers and together they form a block.

There are different types of phrases: nominal, adjectival, adverbial, prepositional and verbal.

to. Noun phrase

The Nominal Phrase is characterized because it has as its nucleus a nouna pronoun or a noun word. Examples:

The teacher. It Well. He nest of the chickens He exercise physical. They same. He notebook green. That tree. His stove. He frying pan. The canaries.

b. Adjectival Phrase

This type of phrase has as its nucleus a adjectivewhich may be accompanied by a adverb or adverbial phrase. Examples:

Very peaceful. Unfortunately sad. Quite clean. So tidy.

c. Adverb Phrase

It is characterized because its nucleus is an adverb that can be modified by another adverb. Examples:

So happily. Very near. Very far.

d. Prepositional Phrase

Its core is a preposition and it is also constituted by a nominal phrase that receives the name of term, which works as a complement to the preposition. Examples:

By his fault.Until Moon.With very sad.In the outskirts of the city.

and. Verb Phrase

It has a verb as its nucleus and therefore always constitutes the predicate of a sentence. Examples:

described the scene.departed the cake.Is awesome.resolved The issue.loved madly. Baby came.will read books.Jump Fence.I would sing beautiful.Will come tomorrow.smiled a lot.Writes cards.Was very high.wanted little food.sold all.Term confused.This here.they danced a lot.ate too much.they came few people.Were To the dance.they talked in public.they cried with the movie.