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Question:A. Mark completed in the five-mile run. B. Carly had a runny nose and a cough. C. Michelle runs every day at five o'clock. D. Eric put Ginger in the dog run before he went out. I choose A. because Mark run the five miles.

Answers:You've got three types of 'run'; noun, verb and adjective. A noun is a person place or thing. A verb is an action. And adjective describes a noun. I think it would be helpful for you in these type of questions to find the SUBJECT of each sentence and ask, 'What is the subject doing? to find the verb. You think A is the correct answer, and by your explanation that LOOKS right but: Mark is the subject, What is Mark doing? He is Competing. Run is not a verb here, here it means the same as race. What is the verb in B? this one is easy... Had is the verb, runny is an adjective. C Michelle is the subject, what does she do? SHE RUNS. HERE WE HAVE A VERB!!! D what did Eric do? He PUT. Here run is not a verb. A 'dog run' is a place where the animal can get some exercise. Good luck, I am sure your English is improving.

Question:the full sentence is this: we have seen that the constituent structre rules actually produce deep structures. this is my Linquistics exercise and I am thinking about it about 2 hours.please help me.

Answers:Well, it's impossible to draw diagrams in the Yahoo Answers interface, but the subject of the sentence is "We", the verb is "have seen" (past perfect), the direct object of the verb is the clause begining with "that...". The subject of the clause is "rules"; "constituent" and "structure" are modifiers of "rules". The verb of the clause is "produce"; "actually" modifies "produce". The direct object of the clause verb is "structures"; "deep" modifies "structures". I hope this helps you with your tree diagram.