The subordinate clauses substantive perform specific functions of the noun: subj ect, object, predicate ...

The subordinate clauses can be substantial: role of e xercising the function of the direct object of the verb in the main clause. Perf orming the function of indirect object of the verb in the main clause. Performin g the function of predicative of the subject of main clause. Performing the func tion of the main clause subject. Performing the function of nominal complement t he main clause. Performing the function of a name affixed to the main clause. EX AMPLES "Paul Joseph observes that antiheroes is a strong feature of the characte rs of Latin American culture. (In. 01:10:00) The new machine needed more employe es to oversee the work. My consolation was that the work was in order. It is dif ficult for him to come. His tragic flaw is the difficulty of being flexible in r elation to reality. There is a provision in schools: which students are respecte d. 1 - Subordinate clauses substantive objective direct 2 - Subordinate clauses substantive indirect objective 3 - Subordinate clauses s ubstantive predicate 4 - Subordinate clauses substantive subjective 5 - Subordin ate clauses substantive quite nominal 6 - Subordinate clauses substantive dressi ngs The verb in the main clause is always in the 3rd person singular when the subord inate clause by subjective. 1. It is likely that talked about her boyfriend. The prayer is emphasized: a) Subordinate noun direct object. b) Subordinated substa ntive dressings. c) Subordinated substantive subjective. d) Subordinated predica tive noun. 2. "I remember he wore only white shirts." The prayer is emphasized: a) nominal subordinate substantive completive b) subject noun indirect objective c) subordinate noun predicative d) subject noun and subjective) conditional dir ect substantive objective 3. Check where the prayer focus is subordinate substan tive subjective. a) The right is not to insist on this idea. b) You can finish w ork early? c) He has distinguished himself fighting for the rights of the poor. d) Once the mission, return to camp. e) The happiness consists in not suffering. 4. In all periods there are substantive subordinate clauses, except: a) The fac t that slavery was the Santa Fe did not walk in the festivities of Pilar, did no t live in coconut as the Santa Rosa. b) Do not you touched on the subject, but w anted to take the train and go to avail himself of the President c) A day that L ula would do the same with your daughter would do the same with the ingenuity wh ich he had founded with the sweat of his face. d) The officer asked where it cam e from, and did not know whether news of Antonio Silvino. e) It was difficult fo r the thief to look for devices in the floodplain, or stick to the sides of Clon mel 5. There are subjective noun subordinate clause in the period: a) The city requi red that the computers were installed urgently. b) No one can doubt that the mic rocomputer rationalizing the tax system. c) It was decided that the microcompute r would be deployed at the city d) Several mayors were concerned that computer u se would create jobs. e) an obsolete tax system does not allow an awareness of t axpayers. 6. Among the italics indicate the subordinate clause predicate noun. a ) I agree with you go. b) He who is inclined to study medicine. c) The truth is that not everyone understands. d) I am afraid he succumbs. 7. "Men always forget that we are all mortal." Prayer is outstanding: a) substantive completive nomin al b) indirect substantive objective c) substantive predicate d) direct and subs tantive objective) substantive subjective 8. "I'm sure will know the wisdom of l egislators to find ways to accomplish such a measure." The prayer focus is subst antive: a) indirect objective b) completive nominal c) direct objective d) and s ubjective) Dressing 9. During "All they were sure that would be approved," the p rayer is emphasized: a) substantive indirect objective b) substantive completive nominal c) substantive dressings d) subjective noun 10. In verses "say if you c an / find some work?" Prayer Underlined is: a) subordinate noun subjective b) un der direct substantive objective

c) subordinate noun indirect objective d) subject and predicate noun) subordinat e noun completive par 11. During "We must all strive," prayer is emphasized: a) substantive objective direct b) indirect substantive objective c) substantive co mpletive nominal d) substantive and subjective) predicative noun 12. Which highl ighted that the prayer is conditional predicate noun? a) The sad thing is that t here was a plan whatsoever. b) only imposes a condition: not be late.€c) It is essential to conquer the world. d) One could see that walking with honor. e) I c onfess I bambou leg. 13. There are subjective noun subordinate clause in the per iod: a) It was decided that the microcomputer will be located at the Municipalit y. b) an obsolete tax system does not allow an awareness of taxpayers. c) The ci ty needed the computers to be installed urgently. d) No one can doubt that the m icrocomputer rationalizing the tax system. e) Some mayors were concerned that co mputer use would generate unemployment. 14. The substantive subordinate clauses that appear in the periods below are all subjective, except: a) It was decided t hat oil would rise in price. b) It is very good that the man, on occasion, refle ct on your life. c) Do you not know how much it cost my watch? d) if the directo r asked if we would be received. e) It suited us that you were present at the me eting. 15. It is likely that talked about her boyfriend. Prayer is underlined: a) Subordinate noun direct object. b) Subordinated substantive dressings. c) Sub ordinated substantive subjective. d) Subordinated predicative noun. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 1 12 1 3 1 4 15 FEEDBACK