An interrogative string positioned
at the end of a sentence, usually seeking confirmation, e.g. It's cold,
A subordinate clause which
expresses 'time when', e.g. I'll ring you again, before I go.
Tense refers to the grammatical
encoding of an event or action in time. English has two tenses, PRESENT
A subordinate clause beginning
with the subordinating conjunction that. For example, I think
that you should leave.
A type of CIRCUMSTANTIAL ADVERB
that specifies the time an action takes place, for example, I will
The form of a verb preceded
by the PARTICLE TO. For example, in the sentence I want to see
it, the string to see is a to-infinitive.
A clause containing a verb
preceded by the PARTICLE TO. For example, in the sentence I
want John to see it, the string John to see it is a
A transitive verb is a verb
that takes one or more Complements.
A visual representation of
the syntactic structure of a sentence.