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S-LV-C

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Yui Hanazawa

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S-LV-C
Subject-Linking Verb-Complement
2 Types of Subject Complement
Predicate Noun
Predicate Adjective
-tells what the subject is
-describes the subject
Example:
Brandon is an athlete.
Brandon is active.
S
LV
C
(Predicate Noun)
-tells what Brandon is
S
LV
C
(Predicate Adjective)
-describes Brandon
Complements

are always being followed by a linking verb such as

is
,
are
,
was
,
were
,
has been
,
are being
,
might have been
, etc....
Expanding
the
SENTENCE
Pattern
in
the
S-LV-C
w
Wan-li, do you know how to expand the sentence in the S-LV-C pattern? pls teach me how..
Yeah, I know how..
Sure, let me help you.
Just watch and listen.

First, we can expand the sentence by
modifying the subject..
Adjective
Prepositional Phrase
add any of the ff on the subject:
Adjective Clause
For example:
The man along the street is old.
The man whose hat is blue is a dreamer.
S
Adj.
LV
C
S
LV
C
S
LV
C
C
Prep. phrase
Adj. clause
An adjective

modifying a predicate noun
An adverb

modifying a predicate
adjective
A prepositional phrase
Add any of the ff on the complement:
For example:
J. K. Rowling is an excellent author.
The man is very old.
Freddy is stiff from yesterday's practice.
S
Adj.
C
LV
S
S
LV
LV
C
C
Prep. phrase
Adv.
~describes a noun or a pronoun
~a subordinate clause used to modify a noun or a pronoun in the main clause. It may be introduced

by the pronouns
who
,
whose
,

whom
,
which
, or

that
(and sometimes
when
or
where
).

~a phrase consisting of a preposition
and its object, which is usually a
noun or a pronoun.
Is that all, Wan-li?
Yup!
It's easy, isn't it?
Yeah, kind of.
Thanks to you!:)
It's really nothing..
It is fun to help, you know.. :)
Hmm.. in return, why don't we have a drink in that shop over there?
Pls. say "yes".. pls...
OMG! Is he asking me out?! I must pretend I'm having a second thought so he won't notice my feelings for him..
hmmm..........
.......................
I insist.
pls.. accept it..
Ok, this is enough..
I should accept his offer now 'cuz he might change his mind later..
...........
Ok then.. :)
Just bring me back home early..
Yeah, sure!
Just leave it to me.
Well, after all, asking her to help me out on how to expand S-LV-C sentence pattern even though i knew it all along, is not really a bad idea.. Because if I didn't do that, I may not be able to be with her right now.. So, many thanks to you, S-LV-C!!!
I will never forget this day!!!
Xie Xie S-LV-C!!! Because of you, I am with my crush right now, walking together on this
sunny day..
By: Louie Cambronero
as the leader
Ma. Lourdes Delos Reyes
Fiona Saye Baricaua
Norie Tanabe
Yumi Yuneda
Riva Quindara
Paul Olarte
as the members
Thank You

for
watching
and
listening!!!
The ambitious man is a dreamer.
The End! :D
Second and the last one, we can expand the sentence by modifying the complement.
HOW
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