Analisi logica,or in English, logical analysis is used to analyze sentences particularly the syntax of a sentence. This programming can help those break down the basic part of a sentence structure and make it more viable or appropriate. The basic structure of a sentence, including the subject, predicate, preposition, and so on. This is very usual for school student and others to break down the basic structure of a sentence. It is also a big for those who are learning a new language or trying to improve their native language skills.
When reading sentences, we may ask what this sentence mean or what functions do the words have in a sentence. This programming can break down the basic subject of a sentence and show whether it is active or passive in the sentence. It can define the predicate which is commonly known as a verb. The verb can be an action, or a state, or an event that is related to the subject
From there, we can define an adjective, which is normally stated before the verb to describe. You do all see the adjective after the verb. A sentence such as “The book is beautiful” is a useful example of this. Complements, as the word implies, serve to complete the given information contained inside of the sentence. They are normally placed into 3 distinct categories: direct, indirect and adverbial. To do logical analysis, it is imperative to first define all the parts of a sentence. Once that is achieved you can proceed to do the necessary analysis on sentence.
Luckily with modern technology there are many programs, (many are free for students) that can break down this analysis simply by typing it into to a logic program analyzer. These programs can be found in applications on your phone or on the internet.