ENGL 33: Modern Grammar: Week 3 Notes
ENGL 33: Modern Grammar: Week 3 Notes ENGL 333
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ENGL 333: Week 3 Notes English Verb Types: Verb types are determined by the complementsinformation packaged in phrasesthat are necessary to complete their meaning Intransitive: Type 1: No complement required Type 2: Adverbial complement (AC) required Transitive Type 3: Direct Object required Bitransitive Type 4: Direct Object (DO) and adverbial complement (AC) required Type 5: Direct Object and Indirect Object (DOPrepIO or IODO) required Type 6: Direct Object (DO) and Object Complement (OC (NP or AP)) required BeVerb Type 7: Complement (NP, PP, AP) required LinkingVerb Type 8: Complement (AP or NP) required Examples: Type 1: The book disappeared. Type 2: The wedding celebration lasted for three days. Type 3: Chester saw the strangelooking spacecraft. The thief stole everything in the house. The defendant regretted his remarks. Type 4: Chester brought his fiddle to the hoedown. Type 5: The committee awarded a full scholarship to the promising student. The committee awarded the promising student a full scholarship . Type 6: Kublai Khan found Marco Polo a valuable counselor. Type 7: Romulan ale is potent stuff. Romulan ale is bluishgreen. Romulan ale is in the refrigerator. Type 8: Klingons seem a rather testy sort of people. The Klingons remained intransigent over the treaty.
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