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PLEASE CHECK THE STRUCTURE OF THE SENTENCES TYPED BELOW DO CORRECT ME WHERE I AM MISTAKEN.

1 The crackling of the geese saved Rome.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

2 The boy stood on the burning deck.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Adverbial

3 Tubal Cain was a man of might.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Complement

4 The singing of the birds delights us.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

5 Miss Kitty was rude at the table one day.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object Object

6 Stone walls do not make a prison.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

7 He has a good memory.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Complement

8 Bad habits grow unconsciously.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Complement

9 Nature is the best physician.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Complement

10 The earth revolves round the sun.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Adverbial

11 Edison invented the phonograph.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

12 The sea hath many thousand sands.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Adverbial

13 We cannot pump the ocean dry.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

14 Borrowed garments never fit well.
Sentence Structure = the predicate remains unclear.

15 The early bird catches the worm.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

16 All matter is indestructible.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Complement

17 Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

18 We should profit by experience.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Adverbial

19 All roads lead to Rome.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

20 A guilty conscience needs no excuse.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

21 The beautiful rainbow soon faded away.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Adverbial

22 No man can serve two masters.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

23 A sick room should be well aired.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Complement

24 The dewdrops glitter in the sunshine.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object

25 I shot an arrow in the air.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Object Object

26 A barking sound the shepherd hears.
Sentence Structure = Ambiguity exists in the sentence.

27 On the top of the hill lives a hermit.
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Adverbial
Sentence Structure = Subject=a hermit Verb lives Adverbial= On the top of the hill.
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5 Miss Kitty subject + was rude predicate + at the table adverbial +one day. adverbial

10 The earth subject+ revolves round predicate+ the sun. object

12 The sea subject + had predicate +many thousand sands.? object
Sentence Structure = Subject Verb Adverbial --This sentence is gramamtically wrong.

14 Borrowed garments subject+ never adverbial+ fit non-transitive+ well. predicate complement

17 Islamabad subject+ is predicate + the capital of Pakistan. subject complement

21 The beautiful rainbow subject+ soon adverbial + faded away. predicate.

24 The dewdrops subject+ glitter predicate + in the sunshine. adverbial

25 I subject+ shot predicate+ an arrow + direct object+ in the air. adverbial

26 A barking sound direct object+ the shepherd subject + hears. predicate
Sentence Structure = Ambiguity exists in the sentence. --You can see such expressions in the novels.Emotion: smile


I am not a grammarian and it has been a long time since I didn't look over this subject. Well at least I tried myself. Emotion: big smile






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That was more than two years ago, Anon. Many of these contributors have gotten married, moved away or died.