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Subject types found in sentences



Subject types found in sentences

Syntax is one of the sections of grammar that studies the arrangement of words in sentences, sentences and the logical connection established between them. Parsing is constantly in demand in college entrance exams and competitions, and is also essential when writing a good essay.

The subject is a syntactic function constantly charged in tests like Enem.

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The subject, for example, is a syntactic function. This is the being (thing, person, animal, idea, etc.) about which the statement is made. As a rule, the verb agrees with the subject (the study of verbal agreement and figures of speech handles exceptions). See below:

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It differs by one core.

Example: Both boys came.


It has more than one core.

Example: boys e how girls came.


It is impossible to determine exactly.

Example: Bought a house. House sale.


Desinential or elliptical

Example: I bought a house. (Europe) – the subject, recognized by the end of the verb (person/number/time/method of purchase).


Prayer no subject

Example: It was very windy.

Observation: core means word main.

Parsing is essential when writing a good essay.

Parsing is essential when writing a good essay.

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indefinite subject

1. With a verb in the third person plural without an explicit or implied subject.

Example: Call Susanna. (Who called Susana? It is not known exactly).

2. With an index of subject uncertainty

Example: Good food in Florence. (Who eats well in Florence? It is not known exactly).


The boys have just arrived. Call Susanna.

In that case, who is the subject of Chamam Suzana?

Answer: boys (A simple subject) as it is meant to be.

Basic occurrences of a non-existent subject (a sentence without a subject)

1. With a verb denoting a natural phenomenon

Example: It was raining heavily.

2. With the verb to have as a synonym for the word exist, occur

Example: There are three boys in the hallway.

3. With the verb “time has passed”

Example: I have been here for three years.

4. With the verb to do, indicating the past tense.

Example: She’s been gone for a year now.

5. With the verb to do, indicating weather conditions.

Example: It’s very hot here.

6. With a verb followed by a time, a date, or an expression indicating time.

Example: It’s noon now. It’s the third of May. Too late.

7. With the verb to indicating distance

Example: From here to the corner thirty meters.

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