Syntax Always Appraise Sentences

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Syntax always appraise sentences that have a clear inner division into subject and predicate. There are 3 types of subject/predicate structured sentences. Firstly, simple sentence which contains at least one subject and one predicate. For instance, John read Pushkin. Furthermore, Compound sentence which is two or more simple sentences that joined together into a single sentence, for instance John read Pushkin and Mary read Updike. Each simple sentence can join or combine by and, or, or asyndetically which are three different conjunction and they maintain their own internal syntactic structure. Moreover, complex sentence is a sentence in which one of the syntactic roles is played by an embedded sentence. For instance, I made students read Chomsky.
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