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What is the relative pronoun in this sentence "The boys who live next door to me have a playful brown dog.''

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SOURCE: How do you diagram the sentence: The big brown dog ran and jumped.

Big and brown are adjectives because they describe the dog.
ran is a verb because it shows action.
jumped is also a verb because it describes action.

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How do you diagram the sentence: The big brown dog ran and jumped.


Big and brown are adjectives because they describe the dog.
ran is a verb because it shows action.
jumped is also a verb because it describes action.

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Is mother a pronoun ?


No, the word 'mother' is a noun, a word for a
person.
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.

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How do I know how to define the nouns pronouns adjective and adverb on a sentences


Now you as talking. Grammar, your best bet is to look into the grammar book in your language or the language you are using. Not all languages have the same order of words in their sentences. I gather that you recognise the word by their grammatical word. You know a verb from a noun. I always find adjectives and adverbs tricky.
if you recognise the different groups of words,you are ok. Just look in the grammar book to make certain.
one thing I did in the old days when learning a new language,nears too learn the grammar that differed from my native language.

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How do I diagram this sentence-The boy yelled "help" and saw a brave dog quickly run to the rescue.


The is article/adjective modifying subject boy. Yelled and saw are verbs in the predicate of this compound sentence; and is the conjunction. "Help" is the direct object of yelled. A brave dog quickly run to the rescue is a gerund. Subject of gerund is dog with a and brave as modifiers. Run is verb of gerund with quickly the adverb modifying. To the rescue is a prepositional phrase. To is the preposition, rescue the object of to and the a modifier. And here I though my 8th grade talents were no longer needed. Why is this listed in the chainsaw catagory?

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What is a pronoun and a adjctive


A pronoun is a word that can be used instead of a noun. It can replace a noun in a sentence.
For example: Somebody wants to say something about you, Zyikeria.
Zyikeria posted a question on FiXya. Zyikeria wants to know what a pronoun is.
Rather than repeat your name every time one has to refer to you, one would use a pronoun in place of you name (a noun). The sentence above can be written as: Zyikeria posted a question on FiXya. She wants to know what a pronoun is. Apparently, she needs the answer for her homework.
She, her are both pronouns. They replace Zyikeria.
There are several types of pronouns: I, you, he, she, we,they,it are personal pronouns used as subjects of a sentence; me, you, him, her, it, us, them are personal pronouns used as objects. My, your, his, her, its, our, their are possessive pronouns... Please refer to a grammar of the English language for a more complete list of pronouns. I think I will stop here.

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What is the pronoun in this sentence?


There isn't one in the sentence "What is the pronoun in this sentence?"

If you're asking about some other sentence, please add a comment to this question and include the sentence.

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Who tracked mud into the house? does this sentence contain a nominative pronoun


"Who tracked mud into the house?" "Who" is the nominative pronoun.

"Who" is also a nominative pronoun but it does not belong in the second sentence. It should be "whom," a objective pronoun.

There are no pronouns in the third sentence.

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How do you diagram the sentence "There are dreams that cannot die."


Not completely sure.
dreams is the noun.
are is the verb
that cannot die might be the adjective clause
die is pronoun
that might be relative pronoun
Google search diagramming sentences:
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/diagrams2/diagram1b.gif
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/diagrams2/one_pager2.htm
look at diagram 4 half way down page on link above: charlene gave dilbert all the trouble that he could handle
This stuff changed a lot since my school days.
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Examples of simple sentence


The following are simple sentences:
"The dog eats its food."
"The girl washes her clothes."
"The man hates exercise."
The simple sentence is typically has a subject (the dog / the girl / the man), followed by a verb (eats / washes / hates), followed by an object (food / clothes / exercise).
You could also have simple sentences consisting of only a subject and a verb, for example:
"The man cries."
"The bird flies."
"The girl sings."

A complex sentence would be:
"The girl washes her clothes, but then throws it away."
"The man cries, because he hurt his toe."
"The dog eats its food and then plays on the lawn."
The complex sentence is typically made up of simple sentences that are joined together by conjunctions. Conjunctions are words like "and", "but", "because", "although", etc.

So, the complex sentences above, actually looks like this when you look at them closely:
"The girl washes her clothes" + "The girl throws her clothes away." - joined by "but".
"The man cries" + "The man hurt his toe." - joined by "because".
"The dog eats its food" + The dog plays on the lawn." - joined by "and".
Complex sentences can be very long, consisting of many simple sentences that are all joined by conjunctions.

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What is a meaming of an adjectives


The part of speech that modifies a noun/pronoun or other substantive by limiting, qualifying, or specifying and distinguished in English morphologically by one of several suffixes, such as -able, -ous, -er, and -est, or syntactically by position directly preceding a noun or nominal phrase. Eg. He is a good boy, in this sentence "Good" is the adjective which expresses the quality of the boy.
He is better than her.
He is the best among the boys.
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