Codify session 3
REFLECTING ON THE PAST (59%)
This sentence was rather easy for me. Since it was our very first sentence for session 2, I felt like it was a review from session 1, and so i knew most of the things. The only part i missed in mine was that i forgot to put the object of the preposition in the very end. Everything else seems to be perfect and correct.
This was also a very easy sentence to decode each word's parts of speech and such. Seems like my only miss is labelling "a" as a article (circle), which SHOULD be by far the easiest thing to do. Maybe I was in a rush, but I managed to miss it. Everything else is correct, but I learned that I should always read over and proof read the sentence after i finish just in case I miss out something easy, just like the one above.
It seems like I have gotten majority of this one correct too. The mistake I made was very outstanding, since it is in the very first word of the sentence. I thought the phrase "Before I went" was a preposition, but actually the word "Before" was only a conjunction, and so the word "went" did not have to be labeled as a object of the preposition. Besides that, I'm quite impressed how i got the double subject predicate and how i got the rest of them right.
Although this sentence looks complex and longer than the ones before, it was rather simple and not so complicating. Yes, I did mess up in some areas, such as labelling "This" as a pronoun, "sesame" as a noun, and forgetting to label the word "it" as a direct object. These were little mistakes, and since this sentence only had one conjunction, and on preposition, this sentence was rather a challenge whether or not you can label each word's part of speech correctly.
REFLECT ON THE PRESENT (75%)
In this sentence, I missed a lot of prepositional phrase. In total, there are 5 prepositions in this statement, which makes everything confusing. Speaking of confusion, I saw how Mr. Pangier incorporated to word "jumped" to trick us into thinking that it is a participle phrase, but actually the word remains as a verb.
This was a very hard sentence. Without looking at the list, it was hard to determine each words parts of speech. The biggest trouble I had was the phrase "like a good plan", for I missed the preposition, and the subject compliment which is linked to "may seem".I also had little bit of trouble with parts of speech, for I missed adverbs, linking verbs and helping verbs.
I got confused with prepositions & infinitives. For example, I labelled "to be" as a preposition/ noun, but actually was a infinitive/ noun. I also made simple mistakes on parts of speeches such as adverbs and adjectives. Not to mention I also couldn't determine the subject predicate for the first sentence because it has two subjects and one predicate.
GROW YOUR UNDERSTANDING (85%)
APPLY YOUR UNDERSTANDING (100%)