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English 2810a: English Grammar Homework 2

Posted: Mar 11, 2008 09:03;
Last Modified: Mar 25, 2008 14:03

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Draw tree structures for the following sentences and phrases.

  1. Dogs like bones (answer )
  2. The cars drove quickly (answer )
  3. The undertaker left the room without saying a word (answer )
  4. I found the toy truck in the garden (answer )
  5. She hit the bug (answer )
  6. I posted the envelope by mistake without a stamp (answer )

Please hand in your work to the drop box in the hall outside the English department office by 5pm on Friday 14 March.

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  1. FELICIA (Sat Mar 15, 2008 (12:18:32)) [PermLink]:

    DOBGS LIKE BONES

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