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    #1

    syntactically speaking

    In the sentence :

    She was born a slave in 1849 and fled to the north, where she joined the Underground Railroad

    she= subjective personal pronoun
    was= helping verb
    born= main verb
    a = Adjective
    slave= noun, common, countable, concrete, non-collective
    in = preposition
    1849 = noun
    and = conjuction
    fled action verb
    to = preposition
    the =definite article
    North, = noun, commom, abstract???, non-countable, non-collective
    where = Adverb of place
    she = subjective personal pronoun
    joined = action verb
    the = definite article
    Underground Railroad = Proper noun

    HELP ME PLEASE is there any other mistake????
    Last edited by Dariannie23; 21-Mar-2012 at 21:54. Reason: speling

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