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Brahmadatta, king of Varanasi, took a journey through the length and breadth of his kingdom to see if his subjects were happy.

Brahmadatta : Proper noun, masculine gender, singular number, nominative case, subject to the verb TOOK

King : Common noun, masculine gender, singular number, nominative case, in apposition to Brahmadatta

Of : Preposition having Varanasi as its object

Varanasi : Proper noun, neuter gender, singular number, accusative case after the preposition OF

Took : Verb transitive, third person, singular number, past indefinite tense, indicative mood, active voice, agreeing with its subject BRAHMADATTA and having JOURNEY for its object

A : Indefinite article

Journey : Common noun, neuter gender, singular number, accusative case after the verb TOOK

Through : Preposition having LENGTH AND BREADTH for its objects

Length : Abstract noun, neuter gender, singular number, accusative case to the preposition THROUGH

And : oordinating conjunction, joining the two nouns length and breadth

Breadth : Abstract noun, neuter gender, singular number, accusative case to the preposition THROUGH

Of : reposition having KINGDOM for its object

His : Possessive adjective, masculine gender, singular number, third person; agreeing in gender, number and person with its antecedent Brahmadatta and qualifies the noun KINGDOM

Kingdom : Common noun, singular number, neuter gender, accusative case after the preposition OF

To see : Verb transitive, infinitive mood, present, indefinite form, gerundial in use, qualifying the verb TOOK and transitive verb having for its object the clause IF...HAPPY

If : Subordinating conjunction

His : Possessive adjective, masculine gender, singular number, third person; agreeing in gender, number and person with its antecedent Brahmadatta and qualifies the noun KINGDOM

Subjects : Common noun, common gender, plural number, nominative case, subject to the verb WERE

Were : Verb intransitive, third person, plural number, past indefinite tense, indicative mood, agreeing wih its subject SUBJECTS - Adjective of quality, positive degree, predicative in use, subjective complement to the verb WERE

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