The Guardian ad p. 40 11 October 2005
Steve Roper and Mike Nomad Fran Matera 10.10.2004
Un énoncé peut comprendre
plusieurs ellipses :
nom, pronom, pronom relatif, auxiliaire, verbe,
ellipse de beverbe
dans la structure
beverbe + to -> Base Verbale
souvent par les autorités)
[ Ø = is ]
likely to give green light
for travel to fewer than 10 EU countries
1st Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine
[ Ø = Are ] To Be Administered
This Week In The U.K.
December 6, 2020 NPR
The Guardian p. 28 7 July 2006
ellipse du segment -ing
dans une séquence théorique en be + -ing
(théorique = non énoncée) :
Coronavirus Cases Are Surging.
The Contact Tracing Workforce Is Not [ Ø = surging ]
August 7, 2020 NPR
ellipse de la base verbale (BV)
dans une structure modale
(ci-dessous une structure en could)
How could he [ Ø = base verbale ]?
8 November 2004
The Guardian p. 17 5.7.2006
The Guardian p. 16 28.7.2006
NoW web frontpage 7.8.2005
Le pronom relatif that,
lorsqu'il est objet,
peut être supprimé
[ ellipse ] :
the man [ Ø = thatobjet ] I love
Ninety minutes on primetime:
high noon for Kerry
Face-to-face at last for a television debate
[ Ø = that ] 50m Americans will watch
ne peut pas être supprimé :
or drive the car
thatsujet will make your neighbours wish for better specification
The Guardian p. 12 2 October 2004
The one thing you can guarantee about BAE Systems is that
its annual meeting will attract the usual band of protesters,
and last Friday’s [ Ø = meeting ] was no different.
BAE strives to carve a niche in defence, T, Business pullout, p. 37, 6.5.2002.
[ Ø = Are you ] Ready to show us your skills?
GE2, Systems Trainer ad, p. 6, 9.9.2002.
signale l'élision / la disparition
de une ou plusieurs lettres :
Sun Sport frontpage 2 November 2003
25 November 2003
The Guardian p. 7 15.8.2006
The Guardian p. 19 15.7.2006
The Guardian p. 35 9.3.2007
The Guardian p. 31 26.3.2007
The Guardian 10.6.2004
The Guardian p. 30 21.5.2005
Read 'em and weep
Being asked to judge a major fiction prize
may be a huge privilege,
but there's more to it than just reading a mountain of novels.
As the winner of this year's Orange prize is announced,
Katharine Viner, the editor of Guardian Weekend
and one of the five judges, reflects on weeks of hard graft,
moments of panic and at least one day spent in tears
We’ll [ Ø = will ] prove you can take time off for the trip
you’ve [ Ø = have ] always dreamed of.
Hit the road ad, T2, p. 6, 7.3.2002.
marque du génitif
The Guardian G2 frontpage 4.10.2004
forme contractée de is
24 September 2004
16 September 2004
Summer's greatest rock festival
returns to the stage
and the atmosphere's [ is ] great, man
Headline, I, p. 7, 18.10.2002
Here's [ is ] what's [ is ] waiting for you
in Ken Fisher's Stock Market Outlook
Ad, R, 1.12.2003.
Texas Execution [ Ø = is ] Stayed
Based on Race Testimony
September 16, 2011
The New York Times
By MANNY FERNANDEZ
HOUSTON — In May 1997, a psychologist took the stand in a
courtroom here during the sentencing hearing of Duane E. Buck, a black man found
guilty of killing his former girlfriend and her friend.
Texas Execution Stayed
Based on Race Testimony,
At £7,500 for the set,
you'd [ would ] think
they'd [ would ] get their facts right
Yet the growing number of mistakes coming to light
in the dictionary's pages threatens to make it an embarrassment, and some
leading scholars even fear the new edition of the DNB is endangering the
international reputation of the whole university city of Oxford.
Who'd [ would ] be a goddess?
She cooks like an angel, looks like an angel,
but suffered halo slip when she gained a second husband
so soon after losing her first.
Nigella Lawson talks to Sally Vincent
about love, death, the perils of glamour,
and why teatimes were torture when she was a little girl
and sub, G, 16.10.2004,
The day [ Ø = when ] the peace was lost
Web frontpage headline, IoS, 19.9.2004, full text,
Gangsta culture [ Ø = is ] a deadly virus,
says top TV presenter
One of the best known black personalities on British TV
said yesterday that 'gangsta' street culture
was a 'deadly virus' that was destroying a generation
of African-Caribbean boys.
The Bill Clinton [ Ø = whom / that ] I knew
The Middle East, Northern Ireland, Kosovo,
campaigning over Aids, easing of world debt
- we should remember Bill Clinton for far more
than a sex scandal,
says Alastair Campbell
Delta Air Can't Survive
as [ Ø = it ] Is - CEO
charge him or break international law,
Bush [ Ø = is ] told
Tell your momma, tell your pa,
Gonna move you back to Arkansas.
All right, baby what'd [ did ] I say?
Whoa, all right, baby what'd [ did ] I say?
Ray Charles, What'd I Say.
The day [ Ø = when ] the tanks arrived
at Rafah zoo
Your number appears on the polythene bag
[ Ø = which / that ]
your magazine is delivered in.
NewScientist suscription ad, 29.1.2004,
Later on Christmas day, scientists at the giant Jodrell Bank
radio telescope in Cheshire turned the 76m dish towards
Mars in the hope of detecting Beagle's call sign,
a signal no stronger than a mobile phone's
[ Ø = signal ].
Tis the season to be silly
[ Ø = you ] Thought Bowie and Bing were the height
That Noddy Holder was as crass as it could get?
Think again. Dave Simpson picks the 12 oddest
Christmas hits... ever!
Headline and sub, G, 28.11.2003,
[ Ø = Are you ] Buying or selling a used car?
Ad, Mirror frontpage, 1.11.2003.
[ Ø = Are you ] Looking for a cheap flight?
Ad, Mirror frontpage, 1.11.2003.
I bet he's [ has ] told you
he's [ is ] not sleeping with his wife.
Private Lives, GE/GE2, p. 8, 02.11.2001.
"But I [ Ø = have ] been arrested five times," he said,
Singing the Blues as Quarter Cracks Down, NYT/Le Monde, 17/18.11.2002.
George Olesen and Graham Nolan Created by Lee Falk 1.7.2004
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