Draw tree diagrams for the following sentences. The sentences written twice are structurally ambiguous

//Draw tree diagrams for the following sentences. The sentences written twice are structurally ambiguous

Draw tree diagrams for the following sentences. The sentences written twice are structurally ambiguous

Phrase Structure Trees
Draw tree diagrams for the following sentences. The sentences written twice are structurally ambiguous
and can be represented with two different trees.

1. Mary is beautiful.
2. John went to school.
3. His parents had dinner at the restaurant.
4. A child played with a ball.
5. The newborn baby cried.
6. The lady with a pink jacket walked fast

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