The Projects

To the times, it is not visualized by aesthetic reasons. Ex1.: The students had studied the projects. Simple citizen (has a nucleus = ' ' estudantes' ' (substantive)) Ex2.: All had studied the projects. Simple citizen (has a nucleus = ' ' todos' ' (substantive word)) Ex3.: I studied the projects. Simple citizen In this last example has a nucleus = ' ' Eu' ' (substantive word), but you must be if asking: Why is simple if it did not appear in the phrase? Reply: when we study verbal extrimity (morphologic analysis of the verbs, remembers) we saw that the termination of the verb already indicates the proname to be used. Soon, for an aesthetic question we will not need to place the proname ' ' eu' ' knowing that the termination of the verb ' ' estudEI' ' it only can be mentioned to this proname. Then the termination ' ' EI' ' already she is one clear form to admit that the citizen is ' ' EU' '. What it had then? The citizen was occult? Absolutely therefore nobody is student of occult sciences here, not! What it occurs is a figure of called language ellipse (if does not worry, will study more to the front) soon, the simple citizen above until can be nicknamed, with logic, of: 1) subject simple ones for ellipse; 2) subject elliptical; 3) subject simple ones for the extrimity; 4) subject simple ones for the verbal extrimity; all these nicknames are accepted as logical: they appear in the structure of the conjunct. But for the love of God! ' ' occult citizen! ' ' ) 2) COMPOSED CITIZEN? It is a citizen that Exists, it appears in the conjunct and it possesss TWO OR MORE NUCLEI (one remembers of that the nucleus will be always a SUBSTANTIVE or SUBSTANTIVE words) Ex1.: The students and the professors had studied the projects carefully.

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