Analysis of Multiple Sentence 



Analysis of Multiple Sentence :



We often meet with a sentence which is neither entirely Double (or Multiple) nor entirely Complex, but a mixture of both. The following is an example.

1. What is obvious is not always known and what is known is not always present to those who need it.

The sentence as a whole is Double, the two main parts being co-ordinated by AND. But each part taken separately is a Complex sentence, the first having one Subordinate clause, and the second two.

Such a sentence may be called a mixed sentence, but in reality it is a Double sentence when it is made up of two co-ordinate sentences, either of which taken by itself may be either Simple or Complex. If it is made up of more than two Co-ordinate sentences, it is called a Multiple Sentence.

1. Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the wicked, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.

2. One day Bassanio came to Antonio and told him that he wished to repair his fortune by a wealthy marriage with a lady whom he dearly loved, whose father, who was lately dead, had left her sole heiress to a large estate.

3. They expected that the king would either treat the matter as a pleasant jest or threaten the insolent darwesh with punishment. But to their surprise he was neither amused nor angry, but sincerely attentive to the words of the darwesh.

4. I do not know what others may think of what I have done, but to myself I appear like a child who is picking up pebbles on the shore, whilst the great ocean of Truth lies unexplored before me.

5. I defended myself to the last, wounded though I was, but, at length, seeing that to offer further resistance was only to court certain death. I set spurs to my horse and dashed onwards until the poor beast dropped from sheer exhaustion.

6. Those who look into practical life will find that fortune is usually on the side of the industrious, as the winds and waves are on the side of the best navigators.

7. When the Piper claimed his pay, the Mayor declared that the promise which he had made before the town was cleared of rats was only a joke, as the Piper very well knew.

8. Who so keepeth the law is a wise son; but he that is a companion of riotous men shameth his father.

9. After his schooling was finished, his father, desiring him to be a merchant like himself, gave him a ship freighted with various sorts of merchandise, so that he might go and trade about the world and grow rich, and become a help to his parents, who were now advanced in age.

10. Half stunned as I was with all that happened to me, I rose to my feet, thinking, as I did so, of what had befallen the ten young men and watching the horse which was soaring into the clouds.

11. I have noticed it often among my own people that the strong skilful men are often the gentlest to women and children and it is pretty to see them carrying the little babies as if they were no heavier than little birds.

12. The fox, who had been very much alarmed, now judged that there was no reason for fear, and demanded of the ass how he had dared to put on a skin which but a little while ago had belonged to an animal so noble that he was regarded as the King of the Forest.

13. However, upon my way, I met a poor woman all in tears, who told me that her husband had been arrested for a debt he was not able to pay and that his eight children must now starve, bereaved as they were of his industry.

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  5. Kinds of Sentences
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