Part A 11. Identify the Sentence Pattern of the following sentence(Subject, Verb,..)Blanks with correct “Homophones”

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part a 11(tnpsc english study material)

Subject:

The person who does the action in the sentence

Verb:

The word that indicates an action done by the subject or expresses a state of being or show possession

Complement:

The word or phrase which completes the meaning is called a compliment. It is of two kinds as ‘subject complement’ and ‘object complement’.

Object:

The word which receives the action from the subject is the object of the sentence.

Direct object:

In a sentence, the object which answers for the question ‘what’ is called direct object.

Indirect object

In a sentence, the object which answers for the question ‘to whom’ is called indirect object.

Adjunct:

Adjunct is a word or group of words which provides answers to the questions ‘How’, ’Why’, ’When’ or ‘Where’

Important Sentence pattern:

SV (Subject + Verb)

SVO (Subject + Verb + Object)

SV IO DO (Subject + Verb + Indirect Object + Direct Object)

SVC (Subject + Verb + Complement)

SVOC (Subject + Verb + Object + Complement)

 

Examples:

SV

S V
HeArun

She

Birds

It

She

sleptwas laughed

has been working

fly

was raining

is dancing

 

SVO

S V O
TheyShe

He

Brutus

We

playedsings

missed

stabbed

enjoyed

Cricketa song

the bus

Caesar

the film

 

SV IO DO

S V IO DO
HeMy father

She

My mother

gavegifted

taught

told

herme

me

us

a pena watch

French

story

 

SVC

S V C
SheBrutus

Ayesha

He

The rose

isis

is

was

looks

my friendan honorable man

a doctor

excited

beautiful

 

SVOC

S V O C
They

It

His parents

He

They

elected

will make

named

painted

appointed

her

you

her

the car

him

the classteacher

crazy

Jaya

Blue

the principal

HOMOPHONES:

A word that sounds the same as another word but different in meaning, spelling and origin is called homophones.

adapt – make suitableadopt – take in one’s family as son or daughter ark – a boatare – a part of a circle sole – bottom surface of shoessoul – spirit dew – early morning moisturedue – what one deserves
altar – sacred place of worshipalter – change dye – to colourdie – expire angle – point of meeting of two linesankle – the joint that connects leg with the foot gilt – gold colourguilt – sinfulness
ail – disturbale – beer pray – offer prayerprey – animal/bird hunted for food decent – looking nicedescent – coming down week – days in calendarweak – lacking strength
berth – a sleeping seat in trainbirth – new life plain – simpleplane – surface cession –yieldingsession – period of working of committee, etc effect – produce an impact or changeaffect – make a show of
beach – sea shorebeech – a tree rice – a food grainrise – come up lightening – decreaselightning – flash in the clouds during rain vain – uselessvein – blood vessel to heart
blue – colourblew – produce a current of air sealing – mark with stampceiling – inner roof check – preventcheque – pay order by a bank coarse – roughcourse – onward movement
sell – give in exchange for moneycell – small room for one person capital – seat of administrationcapitol – building of US Parliament council – assemblycounsel – advice sale – an act of sellingsail – to set out on a voyage
wait – delay actingweight – measurement of an object roll – form in cylindrical shaperole – part bail – securitybale – big packing lessen – mitigatelesson – portion
vacation – long holidaysvocation – occupation principal – chiefprinciple – truth steal – take secretlysteel – hard alloy of iron heel – the back part of human foot below the ankleheal – to restore to health

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