Pridatochnoe circumstantial and its types
What is a subordinate clause? Syntactic constructions differ in the number of grammars
The formal sign of the subordinate clause in the CPR is the availability of a means of grammatical communication (union or union word), as well as the impossibility of separation from the main without loss or distortion of meaning.
Kinds of subordinate
There are four types of dependent parts in the CPR: connecting, identifying, explanatory and circumstantial.
SPP with subordinate circumstantial - this is the most difficult to study the form of complex sentences.
This group of dependent parts is not homogeneoustheir composition. Questions asked from the main part to the subordinate circumstantial are absolutely the same as those of the eponymous secondary member of the proposal.
10 varieties of circumstantial subordinate
- The image of action.
The adverbial circumstantial of this type answers the questions: "How?", "How?"
Summer days swept so fast that we involuntarily accelerated with them.
- Degrees and measures.
To dependent proposals in this case you can ask questions: "To what extent?" "To what extent?", "How much?"
Kashtanov was lying so convincingly that his stories were believed by all.
As is clear from the title, such an adverbial circumstantial indicates the time of the event. Their typical questions are: "When?", "How long?", "Since when?"
When the morning came, the camp town began to revive.
This type of subordinate often refers to one predicate in the main part, less often to the whole sentence. "Where?", "Where?", "Where?" - the main questions of this type.
From there, where we will go, it will be problematic to return on foot.
In the CPR, the circumstantial circumstance reflectsthe concretization of the action taking place in the main sentence, from the point of view of the final result. In other words, the design answers the question: "Why?"
To become strong, you need to train hard.
- Conditions and concessions.
Dependent proposals of these types are similar to each other in that in both cases the circumstantial significance is due to something: the action is "due" or "contrary".
If you find the time, come to visit.
Although the sun had long since set in, the heat had not subsided.
In the CPR with a circumstantial comparative comparison, such an dependent part explains the main content with the help of unions: "how", "if", "as if," "exactly."
The ice on the river cracked, as if a huge mirror cracked.
Dependent parts denote the result or conclusion from events occurring in the main sentence. Pridatochnoe circumstantial of this type is easy to learn by the unions "so" and "therefore".
The wind howled louder than usual, so I fell asleep just before morning.
The last kind of dependent circumstantial partsanswers the question: "Why?" Most often, the subordinate cause joins the main cause with the help of unions "because", "because of", "because of the fact that" and a number of others.
Maria began to get ready to go home, because the first lights were on the street.
It is worthwhile to note that for determining the speciesit is important not only to ask the right question, but also to determine the syntactic means of communication. Often it is the subordination union that prompts the type of NGN.