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Title: TIK 6 DEGREES OF PREDICATES AND GENERIC SENTENCES


1
TIK 6 DEGREES OF PREDICATES AND GENERIC SENTENCES
  • Objective
  • Students are able to make up sentences using
    various degree of predicate and make up generic
    sentences using vaorious indicators.
  • Topics
  • Degrees of Predicates
  • Generic Sentences

2
6. Degrees of Predicate and Generic Sentence
  • Degrees of Predicates The number of arguments in
    a simple declarative sentence

3
Degrees of Predicate
HOW MANY REFERRING EXPRESSIONS CAN YOU FIND IN
EACH SENTENCE? This place is beautiful He
sneezes He gives me some money He loves me I
love him I am hungry
4
Degrees of predicates
How many referring expressions can you find
This place is beautiful He sneezes He gives me
some money He loves me I love him I am hungry
5
Degrees of Predicates
  • He sneezed
  • This sentence has one referring expression He
  • Sneeze is one - degree of predicate
  • I love him
  • This sentence has two referring expressions I and
    him
  • Love is a two - degree of predicate

6
Degrees of Predicates
  • I gave him some money
  • I, him and some money are the arguments of the
    sentence
  • Give needs three arguments
  • Give is a three-place predicate

7
Conclusion
  • Degrees of predicate
  • The number of arguments in a simple declarative
    sentence
  • Generic Sentence ---- see Main Reading 2
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