What questions does the definition answer?
Russian language is rich in various means of expression. Our language differs from many languages of the world precisely in that it has many synonyms in its vocabulary. Therefore, it is considered difficult to memorize. For example, the word "game" has more than 200 synonyms. The same is true of the minor members of the proposal. Their variety and uses in the sentence give our language pomp and beauty.
Let's look at the example of the definition of how it gives expressiveness to the Russian language, how it spreads the sentence, makes it more expressive.
In the sentence, the definition denotes the characteristic of the subject. That is, he widely tells us about the qualities, properties, appearance of the subject. A definition in a sentence always refers to a noun or to another part of speech, which is currently in the sentence as a noun.
So what questions does the definition answer?
The definition answers the questions:
- which one? which one which one? what kind?
- what? what is what is what are the?
- whose? whose? whose? whose?
On the letter, the definition is underlined by a wavy line.
- The boy liked to look at a big (what?) Truck.
- She did not know why her mother (which?) Was strict.
- The sun today (what?) Is bright.
- I see (what?) Scary shadows.
- He (what?) Is very handsome.
- Olya today (what?) Is irresistible.
- This movie (what?) Is extremely interesting.
- My desires (what?) Are limitless.
- Marina saw (whose?) Your ball.
- Where (whose?) Is my notebook?
- Hold up (whose?) Your opinion with you.