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1) How many NPs are there in the following sentence? MAYBE JOHN PLAYS SOCCER IN THE PARK.

4.1 - 1
4.2 - 2
4.3 - 3
4.4 - 4

2)
Manipulate the sentences to show a reciprocal relationship:Mary cooked for John.
John cooked for Mary.

Mary and John cooked for themselves.
Mary and John cooked for herself.
Mary and John cooked each other.
Mary and John cooked for each other.


3)Choose between definite and indefinite articles depending on whether or not your listener
knows the thing you are talking about. Considering the situation when your listener does NOT
know the thing you are talking about, which explanation would be true?


You need to know if what you are talking about is a count or noncount noun.
You must use the definite article.
You can choose between the definite and indefinite article.
You can only use Ø determiner.


4) Choose the option with the correct distribution of articles to complete the
sentence:John Roebling is __________ name of __________ engineer who designed
the Brooklyn Bridge. He died in 1869 from __________ infection before __________ bridge
was completed.

an – the – an – the
Ø – an – the – an
a – an – an – the
the – the – an – the


5) In the context of the noun phrase (NP) what is a partitive?

A specific count noun that can be used in partitive constructions to refer to groups of people and animals
A term that indicate a non-specific amount or quantity of the noun that follows
A phrase (generally a noun + of) that precedes another noun and helps quantity how much of the second nounthere is.
A group of two nouns with an inanimate reference and an informal meaning.


6) Describe what is happening with the word “tea” in these two sentences.How many
different teas do you sell here?
We'll have two teas with lemon.


“Tea” is a noncount noun. Both sentences are incorrect.
“Tea” can be counted because it is a drink
In both cases, “tea” required the Ø determiner
“Tea” has changed from a mass (noncount) noun to a count noun because it now referes to types or servings.


7) In the context of the noun phrase (NP) what is a quantifier?

A specific count noun that can be used in partitive constructions to refer to groups of people and animals.
A term that indicate a non-specific amount or quantity of the noun that follows.
A phrase (generally a noun + of) that precedes another noun and helps quantity how much of the second nounthere is
A group of two nouns with an inanimate reference and an informal meaning.


8) How many noun phrases (NPs) can be found in one sentence?
Two. One in the subject and one in the predicate.
Many. There can be an NP in the subject, in the predicate, and in the prepositional phrases.
Only one. Only the subject is an NP.
Many. Every prepositional phrase has an NP.


9) Choose the option with the correct distribution of articles to complete the
sentence:
When you look at __________ sandy shore, it might seem practically empty
of __________ animals. This appearance is deceptive, however. Beneath __________
surface, __________ sand is full of life. It is teeming with __________ crabs, __________
shrimp, __________ worms, __________ snails, and __________ other kinds of marine
animals.

he - Ø – the – the - Ø - Ø - Ø - Ø - Ø
a – the – Ø – Ø – the – the – the – the – the
a – the – the – the – Ø – Ø – Ø – Ø – Ø
the – Ø – the – the – Ø – Ø – Ø – an – Ø


10) he two sentences represent a minimal contradiction. Which sentence explains this
contradiction?There were some flowers in the garden.
There were no flowers in
the garden.

Both sentences have a negative meaning.
Both quantifiers indicate a negative quantity, but only the second has a negative meaning.
Neither sentence has a negative meaning
Both quantifiers indicate a negative quantity, but only the second has a positive meaning


May 9, 2020 11:32 PM
Comments · 2
Ajudar ou fazer por ti? coloca as tuas respostas pro pessoal te dizer se estão corretas ou não... ao que parece tu queres que as pessoas façam teu tema de casa por ti, dae não, neh?!
May 14, 2020
Realmente, não havia pensado nisso! :) kkk
Portanto, seguem as respostas:
 
1) 2
 
2) Mary and John cooked for each other.
 
3) You must use the definite article.
 
4) the – the – an – the
 
5) A phrase (generally a noun + of) that precedes another noun and helps quantity how much of the second noun there is.
 
6) “Tea” has changed from a mass (noncount) noun to a count noun because it now referes to types or servings.
 
7) A term that indicate a non-specific amount or quantity of the noun that follows.
 
8) Many. There can be an NP in the subject, in the predicate, and in the prepositional phrases.
 
9) the - Ø – the – the - Ø - Ø - Ø - Ø - Ø
 
10) ? Both sentences have a negative meaning. ???
May 14, 2020
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