I have come again to ask for your help! I have doubts about specific sentences and their grammatical structure. I tried to figure out by myself, but I couldn't, so I am asking you guys for your wisdom.
- "Notice that machine learning isn't going to give us solutions all by itself"
In this first sentence, I don't understand where are the subject and the predicate. For instance, "that machine learning isn't going to give us solutions all by itself." is a noun clause, which can act as a subject and as an object, and then we have "Notice", which is a verb. Is very confusing. I thought that "Notice" might be a reduced form of a grammatical element and the sentence could be rephrased like this: "You can notice + NP".
2."At each step in the search, it tries the candidate drugs on the model."
Is the first part of the sentence, "At each step in the search", a Prepositional Phrase?
3."In the game of chess between humanity and cancer, Cancer Sol is checkmate." I have exactly the same doubt than in the second sentence.
4." Even before the cancer mutates, the model predicts likely mutations, and Cancer Sol prescribes drugs that will stop them dead in their tracks."
In the first part of this sentence, are the words "even" and "before" being used as a joint Adverb to create and Adverb Clause? I ask this because I know that each one of them by itself is an Adverb, but it seems weird to me that they appear together.
I will appreciate all the help I can get!