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    Smile analysing sentences

    hello, my question is about sentences, and how to analysing them.Is there any book or web page which can help me to recognise the different types of sentences ?for instance, predicator complement, direct object,adverbial clauses, noun clauses...
    ok. that's it for now. thank you.
    one more thing I'm from argentina, that's why I am asking this, I'm starting to learn the language.and I like it!!!!
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    Default Re: analysing sentences

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    There are many good grammar books and websites, Adri, but you will need to read the whole text, as you are asking about the complete grammar of English. It might be easier for you to google the individual item of concern, for example 'direct object', and read through the information which is offered on that topic.

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