Sentence Recognition conceptual map

Hector valenzuela
Mind Map by Hector valenzuela, updated more than 1 year ago
Hector valenzuela
Created by Hector valenzuela over 4 years ago
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Description

A guide to see, read, or hear a sentence, and recognize it's type, tense, and mode

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Sentence Recognition conceptual map

Annotations:

  • this will help you to see clearly what kind of sentence you´re reading, and, after identifying it, be able to understand it, translate it, or structure your own.
  1. type of sentence

    Annotations:

    • This is the first step: Look for: 1) a question mark... (if it's there, it's a question. 2) the word NO, or NEVER (it's a negative sentence) 3) If there are none of the above, it´s an affirmative sentence
    1. Affirmative
      1. Negative
        1. Question
          1. information
            1. yes/no
          2. Tense

            Annotations:

            • Identify the time of the action. The base form, the past tense, or the use of the modals SHALL, WILL, or GOING TO
            1. Future
              1. Past
                1. Present
                2. Mode

                  Annotations:

                  • Look at the auxiliary verb: 1) DO for simple, 2) BE for continuous or progressive, or 3) HAVE for perfect.
                  1. Simple
                    1. Progressive
                      1. Perfect
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