Highlight the grammatical basis of the sentence. The subject can be expressed by a noun in the nominative case, pronoun-noun, name numeral, an indefinite form of a verb, any part of speech in the sense of a noun, as well as a solid important phrase. Predicate type are divided into simple, compound verbal and compound nominal.
Emphasize strong people, if they exist. These include a definition (it is a kind of application) that may be consistent or inconsistent; complement (direct or indirect); the circumstances (time, place, manner, etc.). Make a conclusion about the prevalence of (non-proliferation) of the proposal.
Determine the completeness of the proposal: complete or incomplete – the presence or partial absence of all the required members of the sentence structure.
Specify the type of proposal. If the grammatical basis of the full, i.e. consists of subject and predicate, the two-part proposal. Sentences with one main member referred to as one-piece.
If the offer is a one, determine its type:

a) denominative – offer in which only one main member is the subject.

b) definitely-personal – one-composite sentence with the predicate expressed by the verb in the form of 1 or 2 persons present or the future time.

C) an indefinite personal – a one sentence where the verb is in the 3rd person plural present or future tense and in the plural form of the past tense or the conditional mood.

d) generally-personal. In this sentence the predicate can be expressed by a verb in the 2nd person singular of the face, sometimes in the form of 1 or 3 person plural person.

d) the impersonal is called one sentence with the predicate, the form of which does not Express person.