Business English: A Complete Guide to Developing an by Andrea B. Geffner

By Andrea B. Geffner

An established Barron's guide to be used within the school room in addition to the workplace, this newly revised variation of "Business English" is best than ever.

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But dentist is not an object. Janice isn't doing something to a dentist; Janice and a dentist are one and the same. In other words, the sentence: < previous page page_24 next page > < previous page page_25 next page > Page 25 Janice is a dentist. can be written as an equation: Janice = a dentist When a noun after a verb is the equivalent of the subject, it is called a PREDICATE NOMINATIVE. (Predicate simply means verb; nominative simply means noun. ) In the following sentences, the PREDICATE NOMINATIVES are underlined: Juanita was a secretary.

19. Employers regard good workers. First they must be aware of the workers' merits. 20. Do your best. You will succeed. < previous page page_31 next page > < previous page page_32 next page > Page 32 The Fragment There is yet another way to combine two short sentences into one longer one. This requires another kind of conjunction called a SUBORDINATOR. We have defined the sentence as A GROUP OF WORDS CONTAINING A SUBJECT AND A VERB. But now we must point out an exception. It is possible for a group of words to contain a subject and its verb and still not be a complete sentence.

The office across the hall is the President's suite. The flowers in that vase are dying. First of all, you will notice that a PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE comes after the noun it describes. In the three examples, the modified nouns are book, office, and flowers. The second important fact about prepositional phrases is that they always begin with a preposition. In the three examples, the prepositions are on, across, and in. A PREPOSITION is a connecting word that shows the relationship between a noun and another word in the sentence.

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