Parsing a complex sentence is markedly different from a simple parsing, so at the beginning of the analysis you will need to determine how many units is part of the proposal, one or more.
In the first step you need to disassemble the proposalon the Member States and emphasize them: subject - a feature, the predicate - two, the definition - a wavy line addition - dotted and circumstance - alternating dashes and dots. Sometimes you need to also specify the link between a sentence and ask vospros to each of them.
If the proposal is simple, select the type of predicate: simple verbal (CBC), a compound verb (GHS), or a compound name (ICU). If multiple predicates, specify the type of each. If we offer a complex, number each of its parts and make a diagram of the proposal, indicating communication means (conjunctions). In addition, specify the types of adventitious (attributive, izjasnitelnyh or adverbial: clauses of time, place, cause, effect, conditions, objectives, assignments, comparisons, mode of action, measures and degree or connecting) and the types of relationships between them (serial, parallel or similar ).
Next, describe the proposal, specifying the type of the targetstatements (declarative, interrogative or motive), the tone (exclamatory or nevosklitsatelnoe) and the number of grammatical foundations (simple or complex: slozhnosochinennoe, Compound, conjunctionless). If the proposal is simple, keep the analysis, indicating the type in the number of main members (two-part or single-composition: denominative, specifically, private, indefinite-personal, generalized-personal or impersonal), by the presence of secondary members (common or NPT), by the presence of missing major members (complete or incomplete), and specify what it is complicated (homogeneous members, distinct members, introductory or false constructs, direct speech, or the treatment is not complicated by anything). If the proposal is complex, continue the analysis in the same way, but for each of its parts separately.