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quite Adverb, qualifying the adjective' weary.' weary

Adjective, Predicate-nominative. But compare the suggestion offered in $ 68.

23. If you write, they will come. If you write Accessory Clause,

Principal Clause.

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they will

come.

if

Analysis of the Accessory Clause.
Connective Particle, introducing the sentence

you write.'
Pronoun, Subject-nominative.
Predicate-verb.

you write

they

Analysis of the Principal Clause.
Pronoun, Subject-nominative.
Predicate-verb, compounded of the auxiliary

will’ and the infinitive 'come.'

will come.

III. COMPOUND SENTENCES CONTAINING SUBORDINATE

CLAUSES,

1. The Noun-clause, 24. The opinion of the judge was that the prisoner was

guilty. The

Definite Article, qualifying the Subject-nomi

native opinion.' opinion Noun, Subject-nominative. of the judge Prepositional phrase, qualifying the Subject

nominative opinion.'

Predicate-verb. that the pri- Noun-clause, Predicate-nominative.

was

soner was

guilty.

that

Analysis of the Noun-clause.
Connective Particle, introducing the sentence

the prisoner was guilty.'
Definite Article, qualifying the Subject-nomi-

native prisoner.'

the

was

prisoner Noun, Subject-nominative.

Predicate-verb. guilty. Adjective, Predicate-nominative.

25. That he came is certain, That he came Noun-clause, Subject-nominative. is

Predicate-verb. certain. Adjective, Predicate-nominative.

came.

me

Analysis of the Noun-clause. that

Connective Particle, introducing the sentence

• he came.' he

Pronoun, Subject-nominative.

Predicate-verb. 26. He informed me yesterday that he had arrived. He

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. informed Predicate-verb.

Pronoun, Primary Objective, immediately de

pendent upon the Predicate-verb 'informed.' yesterday Adverb, qualifying the Predicate-verbin

formed.' that he had Noun-clause, Secondary Objective, dependent

arrived. upon the Predicate-verb informed.'

[The clause that he had arrived' is equivalent to concerning his arrival,' or of his arrival.']

Analysis of the Noun-clause. that

Connective Particle, introducing the sentence

6 he had arrived.' he

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. had arrived. Predicate-verb, compounded of the auxiliary

had,' and the participle arrived.' 27. I told him that this would happen. I

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. told

Predicate-verb. him

Pronoun, Secondary Objective, dependent upon

the Predicate-verb told.' that this Noun-clause, Primary Objective, immediately

would dependent upon the Predicate-verb told.' happen.

that

Analysis of the Noun-clause.
Connective Particle, introducing the sentence

this would happen.' this

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. would Predicate-verb, compounded of the auxiliary happen. would,' and the infinitive 'happen.'

28. I convinced him that he was mistaken. I

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. convinced Predicate-verb. him

Pronoun, Primary Objective. that he was Noun-clause, Secondary Objective, depend

mistaken. ent upon the Predicate-verb convinced.'

[The clause that he was mistaken' is equivalent to the phrase of his mistake:']

Analysis of the Noun-clause. that

Connective-Particle, introducing the sentence

'he was mistaken.' he

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. was

Predicate-verb. mistaken. Participle, Predicate-nominative.

Noun-clauses involving an Indirect Question. 29. I know who did this. I

Pronoun, Subject-nominative, know

Predicate-verb. who did this. Noun-clause, Objective, dependent upon the

Predicate-verb 'know.'

Analysis of the Noun-clause. who

Pronoun, introducing sentence who did

this;' and serving as Subject-nominative

of the sentence. did

Predicate-verb. this.

Pronoun, Objective. 30. He would not say where he lived. He

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. would ... say

Predicate-verb, compounded of the auxiliary

would,' and the infinitive say..

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not

Negative Adverb, qualifying the Predicate

verb would ... say. where he Noun-clause, Objective, dependent upon the lived.

Predicate-verb 'would ... say.'

Analysis of the Noun-clause. where

Connective Particle, introducing the sen

tence where he lived,' and qualifying the

Predicate-verb ' lived.' he

Pronoun, Subject-nominative, lived,

Predicate-verb. 31. I wish to know, who you are. I

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. wish

Predicate-verb. to know Infinitive used substantively, Objective, de

pendent upon the Predicate-verb 'wish.' who you are. Noun-clause, Objective, dependent upon the

verb to know.'

Analysis of the Noun-clausė. who

Pronoun, introducing the sentence' who you

are,' and serving as Predicate-nominative

in the sentence. you

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. are.

Predicate-verb.

2. The Adjective-Clause.

32. The cohort, which had already crossed the river,

quickly came to blows with the enemy. The

Definite Article, qualifying the subject-nomina

tive cohort. cohort, Noun, Subject-nominative. which had al- Adjective Clause, qualifying the Subject-nomiready crossed

native cohort.' the river, quickly Adverb, qualifying the Predicate-verb 'came.'

Predicate-verb. to blows Adverbial phrase, qualifying the Predicate-verb

came.' with the Adverbial phrase, qualifying the Predicate-verb enemy.

came.'

came

the

Analysis of the Adjective-clause. which Pronoun, introducing the Adjective-clause, and

serving as Subject-nominative. had... crossed Predicate-verb, compounded of the auxiliary

had,' and the participle crossed.' already Adverb, qualifying the Predicate-verb 'had ...

crossed.' the

Definite Article, qualifying the Objective river.' river.

Noun, Objective. 33. I saw the house in which he was born. I

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. saw

Predicate-verb.

Definite Article, qualifying the Objective 'house.' house Noun, Objective. in which he Adjective-clause, qualifying the Objective house.' was born.

Analysis of the Adjective-clause. in which Adverbial phrase, qualifying the Predicate-verb

was born.' he

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. was born.

Predicate-verb, compounded of the auxiliary

was,' and the participle born.' 34. I know the man to whom he

gave

the

money. I

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. know

Predicate-verb. the

Definite Article, qualifying the Objective man.' to whom he Adjective-clause, qualifying the Objective man.' gave

the

Analysis of the Adjective-clause. to whom Prepositional phrase, compounded of a preposi

tion and a pronoun, and used as a Secondary

Objective. he

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. gave

Predicate-verb. the

Definite Article,qualifying the Objective money.' money.

Noun, Objective (primary). 35. He bought a horse with the money which he had

saved. He

Pronoun, Subject-nominative. bought Predicate-verb.

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