Just what you obviously use the parts in a sentence namely subject, auxiliary, verb, object, indirect object, complement, adverbs, infinitives is known as compartments.
If these are not placed according to rule and situation, your sentence will attempt foul. It is better you remember here, a learner shall not in take this rule cautiously, instead, may do functionally by creating some views through sentences, only then you will comprehensively realize where to use which compartment.
Compartments are definite and you can number them. In this approach, there are ten compartments and are used obviously in written and spoken forms.
They are, SUBJECT, AUXILIARY, VERB, OBJECT, INDIRECT OBJECT, ADVERB OF QUALITY, ADVERB OF TIME, ADVERB OF PLACE, COMPLEMENT and INFINITIVE.
Applicably compartments are used according to the mode of expression in a sentence. It does not matter all can be present or not in a sentence. A sentence can exist by containing only one compartment that is verb, such type of sentence is known as Imperative sentence or statement.
LET’S CALL ALL THE COMPARTMENTS AND KNOW THE KEY HOW TO IDENTIFY EACH IN SENTENCES. COMPARTMENTS SYMBOL KEY SUBJECTS
The answer to a question ‘WHO’, ‘WHAT’, ‘WHICH’ AUXILIARY Aux Which supports to the verb in a sentence VERB V The answer what the subject does.(which gives an action to a sentence) OBJECT O The answer to a question ‘WHOM’, ‘BY WHOM’, ‘WHAT’, ‘WHICH’ INDIRECT OBJECT I.O The answer to a question ‘TO WHOM’, ‘FOR WHOM’ ADVERB OF QUALITY Adv(Q)
The answer to a question ‘HOW’.’WHY’,’FOR WHAT’ ADVERB OF TIME Adv(T) The answer to a question WHEN and relevant ADVERB OF PLACE Adv(P)
The answer to a question WHERE and relevant COMPLEMENT C The answer to a question WHAT, AS WHAT and relevant INFINITIVE Inf
The answer to a question WHAT TO DO, why and relevant However, subject and verb are called principal compartments, and others are known as predicative compartments in this approach.
Auxiliary is also designated as a compartment in this approach. You will know more about verbs and auxiliaries in the separate lesson titled “verb analysis” later.] Let us study the following sentences and know to identify the sentence pattern. Although like this task may be felt like school exercise, It’s of course very important to handle English language faultlessly.
1. Many bowlers are concentrating in batting nowadays.
2. One who likes to apply grease on his shirt can apply for this job.
3. Mr.Mahesh who is remunerated in five digits presently looks for a job for six-digit salary.
4. None was interested to attend in the interview conducted by the officer who was found to be corruptive last year.
5. Somebody in politics is so honest.
6. Suganthi quitted her job for her five-month-old baby’s sake.
7. Her brother is a police officer.
8. My friend who is in London now has conducted a number of shows in star net work.
9. In which machine are you keen to practice for instance?
10. U.S president requested India’s PM to make a visit U.S.
11. Who made him stand in outside?
12. All faculty members elected me a president.
13. As the cars made in our country are strong enough, I wouldn’t seek imported cars of which spares aren’t frequently available.
14. The machines which were found so old will be replaced after the arrival our M.D who is on tour in Europe.
15. Dreams are free vision of people.
1. Many bowlers / are /concentrating /in batting /nowadays. S AUX V ADV ADV (T)
2. One who likes to apply grease on his shirt /can/apply/ for this job. S AUX V ADV
3. Mr.Mahesh, who is paid in five digits presently,/looks for/ a job/ for six-digit salary. S V O ADV
4. None/ was /interested/ to attend in the interview conducted by the officer who was S AUX V INFINITIVE found to be corruptive last year.
5. Somebody in politics/ is /so honest. S V C
6. Suganthi /quitted / her job /for her five-month-old baby’s sake. S V O ADV
7. Her brother/ is/ a police officer. S V C
8. My friend, who is in London now, has conducted /a number of shows /in star network. S AUX V O ADV
9. In which machine/ are/ you/ keen/ to practice for instance? ADV V S C INF
10. U.S president /requested /India’s PM// to make a visit U.S S V O INF
11. Who/ made /him / stand in outside? S V O INF
12. All faculty members/ elected/ me/ a president. S V O C
13. As the cars which are made in our country are strong enough,/ I /wouldn’t /seek/ ADV S AUX V imported cars of which spares aren’t frequent available. O
14. The machines which were found so old/ will/ be /replaced /after the arrival our M.D S AUX AUX V ADV(T) who is on tour in Europe.
15. Dreams /are /free vision of poor people. S V C ---------------------------------------------------------