How to emphasize parts of speech?
If you need to parse a sentence on members, then the sentence members (and not parts of speech) are emphasized as follows.
Yellow leaves fell slowly from the tree.
The proposal refers to leaflets. What? leaflets are a subject, emphasize one feature.
Leaflets that did? fallen - this is a predicate, emphasize two features.
Leaflets what? yellow is a definition, underscored by a wavy line.
Have you fallen from what? from the tree - this is an addition, emphasize the dotted line.
Did they fall like that? slowly - this circumstance is emphasized by a dot-dash.
the subject must be underlined by a single solid line, the predicate - by two continuous lines. circumstance - a dashed line, the addition - a dashed line, the definition - a wavy line, we circle the unions in a circle
Probably, you do not mean parts of speech, but members of the sentence. I remember it perfectly from school. The subject is underlined by one trait, the predicate is two, the definition is wavy, the complement is dotted, the circumstance is a dotted line.
Most likely the question is about how we need to emphasize in a specific sentence its members. So, personally for me it was easy to fill it, but for you a very detailed and clear table with an explanation of how to emphasize each member in the sentence:
Subjects always have the same trait, but the predicate is already two parallel. The definition is a wave, and the addition is just a dotted line, and the circumstance is a dotted line.
For the subject you need just a straight line. For a predicate, two lines are needed. To determine, we use a wavy line. For the addition, we make the dotted line. But for dotality we will make a dotted line with a dot.
In the Russian language, it is customary to emphasize the parts of speech in the sentence with certain conventional symbols (various lines):
- a straight line emphasizes the subject (the main member of the proposal);
- two straight lines emphasize the predicate (the main member of the sentence);
- Wavy line emphasize the definition (a minor member of the sentence);
- the dotted line underline the addition (second sentence member);
- The dotted line with the points underline the circumstance (second sentence).
In Russian syntax, the sentence is sorted by members. Members of the proposal are major and minor. In the syntactic written analysis, each member of the proposal is traditionally emphasized by the line adopted for its designation, for example:
the subject (noun, pronoun or substantivized part of speech that plays the role of a noun) is emphasized by one straight horizontal line;
the predicate (verb, adjective, etc.) is emphasized by two horizontal straight lines;
addition (noun, pronoun in the oblique case, etc.) is emphasized by a dashed line;
The definition, which is expressed by an adjective, a determinative or possessive pronoun, a quantitative numeral, participle, etc., is emphasized by a wavy line.
The circumstance, expressed by an adverb and other speech chats, is emphasized with a dot-dashed line (dot-bar-dot-stroke).
In a sentence
White cat drinking milk from a bowl
noun "cat"; (subject) we emphasize the line __;
the verb "quot; (the predicate) we emphasize by two lines;
noun "milk"; (addition), underline the line _ _ _ _;
noun "from the bowl"; (circumstance) underline the line _._._ .;
adjective quot; whitequot; (definition) underline with a wavy line.
With the help of this or that part of speech the members of the sentence are expressed. So, we emphasize not parts of speech, but members of the sentence. In this case, each clone of the proposal is emphasized in different ways:
- The subject is underlined by a straight line
- the predicate - by two straight lines
- circumstance is a dash dot
- definition - wavy line
- addition - dotted line
Here and it is necessary to emphasize the members of the proposal.
There are five types of lines in total.
The first is straight, such a line is emphasized by subjects;
The second is two lines, they are used for the predicate;
The third is already a wavy line, this is for definition;
The fourth line is the dotted line of e used to complement.
And if the dotted line with a dot, then this circumstance distinguishes.
The subject (noun) is the main part of the speech - it is underlined by one line.
The predicate (verb) is also the main part of speech - it is underlined by two features.
Definition (adjective) - with a wavy line.
Additions can be a noun or a pronoun-a dotted line.
Circumstance (adverb, adverbial participle) - with the line underlined - dotted line - dot - dotted line - dot.