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English 2810a: English Grammar Homework 3

Posted: Mar 25, 2008 14:03;
Last Modified: Mar 28, 2008 09:03

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Draw tree structures for the following sentences and phrases.

  1. The green shovel lies on the mountain there.
  2. Obama girl loves singing.
  3. The dogs entered the room quickly.
  4. Pizza is my favorite food.
  5. These political people make me nervous.
  6. She climbed quickly up the ladder.

Please hand in your work to the drop box in the hall outside the English department office by 5pm on Monday 31 March.

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