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Choose the correct sentence pattern for the sentences below?
1) There is good reason to be thankful.
2) The President sent the ambassador an invitation to the meeting.
3) Snow skiing is a very exciting sport.
4) I hereby declare Tuesday Shakespeare Day.
5)Relaxing under a shady tree is very pleasant.
6)The waterfall rushed down the steep hillside.
Options:
S-V
S-V-DO
S-V-DO-OC
S-V-IO-DO
S-LV-PN
S-LV-PA
E-V-S

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    What does "E" stand for in your last option?

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    S-V-DO

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    where are the answers?

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    S-V-DO

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