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Sentence Structure 1: Verbal SentenceVerbal Sentence is a sentence which contains one subject and bare-infinitive. (Notice that bare-infinitive, in this case (author's terminology), can be present verb, past form verb and past participle or the third verb (see. Irregular/regular verb).
I work (work=Present verb)
I worked (worked=Past form verb)
I have worked (have+worked=Past participle)
When there is other group of words beside the main pattern (subject & verb), treat them as one group of other rules. This makes systematic analysis which directs you to the details of a discussion.
I work for CV.Mediatama Nusantara
The words /for/ and /CV.Mediatama Nusantara/ is prepositional phrase which modifies the existence of a complement.
Firstly, we study the words /I work/ which is separated with the words /For CV.Mediatama Nusantara/. Second, we study how the both of groups of words are combined and how they both make one sense of 'meaning'.
As it is said that the complement is placed after the linking-verb (e.g. in nominal sentence) and after preposition which modifies the intransitive verbs (e.g. go, sleep, dance, etc).
Sentence Structure 2: Nominal SentenceNominal Sentence is a sentence which contains one subject and be (as a structural-meaning-verb). (Notice that be, in this case (author's terminology), is as a verb which requires one complement. The complement can be a noun or noun phrase, adjective, adverb (of place or of time) and pronoun.
I am tired.
The words /I am/ and /tired/ can not be discussed separatedly. The complement will not have full meaning when there is no words /I am/. In this case, The words (I am and tired) build one full meaning.