I was wondering how linguists analyze sentences like "She hugged and kissed her mother" or "Will you have that with or without syrup?" or "Four and five are the square roots of sixteen and ...
In other words, I want to fill in a form with the parts of speech and have it appear as a diagrammed sentence?
Can someone diagram this sentence: I thought it was best to let you decide to whom this needs forwarded. In addition, is the sentence grammatically correct? If not, why?
How does one diagram this sentence: Who made him jump into the pit?
I'm trying to do a sentence/phrase analysis of the following sentence. I just can't figure out, what would “No matter the season” be (Adv. of ...) in terms of sentence elements. And the next question ...