# Theoretical English Grammar. Part 2. Syntax. Бочарова М.В. - 36 стр.

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Task 18. Which of the following composite sentences are compound and which
are complex? Why? How many clauses does each sentence consist of? What
kind of syntactic relation is there between the clauses? Is it marked?
A. It is very good although it is cheap.
B. It is cheap but it is very good.
C. All you need is love.
D. I like these foreign pictures because I can believe in them.
E. Do you see what I mean?
F. New clinical trials show that including garlic in the diet can reduce choles-
terol.
G. That it would be unpopular with students or colleges was obvious.
H. They’ve given me a position I could never have got without them.
I. That’s what I’ll do tomorrow.
J. Well, you pay for what you want.
K. I’m tense; excuse me if I talk too much.
L. It must be a forgery, or it would be in a museum.
M. I promise that we will take great care of him.
N. He looked as if he had seen a ghost.
O. What I can’t bear is her disobedience.
P. The programmer can establish when a transput operation is complete.
Q. When you’re young, everything seems reversible, remediable.
R. At that age, which I judged to be near 50, he looked extremely young.
S. I’ve no idea why she said that she couldn’t call on us at the time I had sug-
gested.
T. But all the books were so neatly arranged, they were so clean, that I had the
impression that they were very seldom read.
U. The golden rule is if you are reversing you must look behind you.
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Task 18. Which of the following composite sentences are compound and which
are complex? Why? How many clauses does each sentence consist of? What
kind of syntactic relation is there between the clauses? Is it marked?

A. It is very good although it is cheap.
B. It is cheap but it is very good.
C. All you need is love.
D. I like these foreign pictures because I can believe in them.
E. Do you see what I mean?
F. New clinical trials show that including garlic in the diet can reduce choles-
terol.
G. That it would be unpopular with students or colleges was obvious.
H. They’ve given me a position I could never have got without them.
I. That’s what I’ll do tomorrow.
J. Well, you pay for what you want.
K. I’m tense; excuse me if I talk too much.
L. It must be a forgery, or it would be in a museum.
M. I promise that we will take great care of him.
N. He looked as if he had seen a ghost.
O. What I can’t bear is her disobedience.
P. The programmer can establish when a transput operation is complete.
Q. When you’re young, everything seems reversible, remediable.
R. At that age, which I judged to be near 50, he looked extremely young.
S. I’ve no idea why she said that she couldn’t call on us at the time I had sug-
gested.
T. But all the books were so neatly arranged, they were so clean, that I had the
impression that they were very seldom read.
U. The golden rule is if you are reversing you must look behind you.

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