Analysis of Sentences



Analysis of Sentences :



Analyse the following Simple sentences according to the model.

1. A darwesh, traveling through Tartary, having arrived at the town of Balkh, entered the king's palace by mistake, thinking it to be a public inn or serai.

2. My father taught all his sons geometry with great success.

3. Alexander, the King of Macedon, was surnamed the Great after his conquest of the Persian Empire.

4. The man employed for this purpose caught the thief stealing a watch.

5. The seller, having much property to sell, caused all his goods to be conveyed on camels, there being no railway in that particular part of the country.

6. Why are you wandering here in this lonely place?

7. A bad workman quarrels with his tools.

8. England expects every man to do his duty.

9. Can you tell me the time of his arrival?

10. Sweet are the uses of adversity.

11. It is easy to find fault.

12. Rome was not built in a day.

13. There is no hope of her recovery.

14. The President appointed him Governor.

15. Cut your coat according to your cloth.

16. A gentleman of wealth and position, living in Delhi, has been found guilty of the murder of the poor old woman.

1. A darwesh, traveling through Tartary, having arrived at the town of Balkh, entered the king's palace by mistake, thinking it to be a public inn or serai.

Subject Word : darwesh
Attributive Adjuncts : (1) A (2) traveling through Tartary (3) having arrived at the town of Balkh
Finite Verb : entered
Objects with Qualifying Words : the king's palace
Complement with Qualifying Words :
Adverbial Qualification : (1) By mistake (2) Thinking it to be a public inn or serai

2. My father taught all his sons geometry with great success.

Subject Word : father
Attributive Adjuncts : My
Finite Verb : taught
Objects with Qualifying Words : (1) all his sons (2) geometry
Complement with Qualifying Words :
Adverbial Qualification : with great success

3. Alexander, the King of Macedon, was surnamed the Great after his conquest of the Persian Empire.

Subject Word : Alexander
Attributive Adjuncts : the King of Macedon
Finite Verb : , was surnamed
Objects with Qualifying Words :
Complement with Qualifying Words : the Great
Adverbial Qualification : after his conquest of the Persian Empire

4. The man employed for this purpose caught the thief stealing a watch.

Subject Word : man
Attributive Adjuncts : (1) The (2) employed for this purpose
Finite Verb : caught
Objects with Qualifying Words : the thief
Complement with Qualifying Words : stealing a watch
Adverbial Qualification :

5. The seller, having much property to sell, caused all his goods to be conveyed on camels, there being no railway in that particular part of the country.

Subject Word : merchant
Attributive Adjuncts : (1) The (2) having much property to sell
Finite Verb : caused
Objects with Qualifying Words : all his goods
Complement with Qualifying Words : to be conveyed on camels
Adverbial Qualification : there being no railway in that particular part of the country

6. Why are you wandering here in this lonely place?

Subject Word : you
Attributive Adjuncts :
Finite Verb : are wandering
Objects with Qualifying Words :
Complement with Qualifying Words :
Adverbial Qualification : (1) Why (2) here in this lonely place

In analysing a Complex Sentence, first find out the Principal or Main Clause. Then find out the Subordinate Clause or Clauses. Lastly classify the Subordinate Clauses according to the function hey discharge…that is, state whether a Subordinate Clause is a Noun Clause, an Adjective Clause or an Adverb.

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  3. A Sentence - 3
  4. The Structure of Sentences
  5. Kinds of Sentences
  6. A Clause and A Phrase
  7. The Noun Clause
  8. The Adjective Clause
  9. The Adverb Clause
  10. Adverb Clauses
  11. Adjective Clauses
  12. Noun Clauses
  13. Three Kinds of Clauses
  14. Sample Sentences with Clauses
  15. Simple Sentences ( Simple Sentence )
  16. Double Sentences
  17. Multiple Sentences
  18. Complex Sentences
  19. Attributive Adjuncts
  20. The Predicate
  21. Adverbial Adjuncts to Verb of Predicate
  22. Analysis of Sentences
  23. Contracted Sentences
  24. Analysis of Double Sentences
  25. Analysis of Multiple Sentences
  26. Rules for Analysing Double Sentences
  27. Rules for Analysing Multiple Sentences
  28. Analysis of Complex Sentences
  29. The Complex Sentences
  30. Analysis of Multiple Sentence
  31. The Transformation of Sentences
  32. Modes of Expressing A Condition in English Grammar
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  36. Synthesis of Sentences - 1
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