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there’s a conjunction, independent main clause, mental verb, concrete noun, second person pronoun
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Along with what's already been mentioned, there is a primary auxiliary verb, a dynamic verb, a relative clause and a noun phrase that contains a definite article and pluralised common concrete noun. I study English language at A Level.

I'd also call a 'mental verb' a 'stative verb'. You don't really focus on active and passive voice in interrogatives. And to be specific, the conjunction is a co-ordinating conjunction.

Also, this is very basic terminology.
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Along with what's already been mentioned, there is a primary auxiliary verb, a dynamic verb, a relative clause, a noun phrase that contains a definite article and pluralised common concrete noun. I study English language at A Level.

I'd also call a 'mental verb' a 'stative verb'. You don't really focus on active and passive in interrogatives.
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Thankyouuuuu so much!!!


Lastly, what about this sentence "because they’re blending with authentic criminals".
This is a dependent/subordinate clause. There is a contraction with the third-person plural pronoun 'they' and the agreeing primary auxiliary verb 'are'. The present continuous/progressive tense is used. There is also prepositional phrase (some people might argue that this is an adverbial).
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Thankyouuuuu so much!!!


Lastly, what about this sentence "because they’re blending with authentic criminals".


I appreciate this a lot! What are you predicted for your English A level anyway? I hope you succeed and do well in all your exams!
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Oh... the interrogative is questioning, why are you touching me? It finishes with a question mark. The imperative is demanding... don't touch me! It finishes with an exclamation mark. Now... can someone give me an example of the dative?
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Do u study English lang by any chance or have you studied it?
I’m doing intensive English Lang at a level at the moment so I feel your pain haha
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