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1 Introducing English Grammar, second edition, published by Hodder Education © K. Börjars and K. Burridge Answers to exercises: Chapter 8 1. Analysing sentences (a) [ I thought [ I’d dealt with my chest fetish .] FINITE ] FINITE (b) [ It is possible [ to do something about the extreme poverty. ] NON-FINITE ] FINITE (c) [ Since leaving ER, ] NON-FINITE [ George Clooney is finally learning how to relax. ] FINITE The first clause is an adverbial clause. Since it modifies the content of the clause George Clooney is finally learning how to relax , it is an adjunct and we would normally assume that it was a sister of a VP, but since it has been moved to the front here, we cannot do that. (d) [ When you get older, ] FINITE [ you’ve been through a few of those films [ where they tell you how great you are. ] FINITE ] FINITE (e) [ I thought it was a black comedy like M*A*S*H and Catch 22. ] FINITE (f) [ Did they intend [ to become parents during their stay? ] NON-FINITE ] FINITE (g) [ The great thing about those moral and political issues is [ that [ we raise them ] FINITE but [ we don’t answer them. ] FINITE ] FINITE ] FINITE (h) [ There were times [ where you just had to pump your way through it .] FINITE ] FINITE (i)
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