Vocab 2.3 and 2.4
|From:||Aidan Grey <grey@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 8, 2002, 20:05|
Okay, all you ravenous beasts, here is the promised double batch.
topic: genitive relatives (or whatever the "whose..." clauses are called)
The president whose office is oval has moved to the country.
(I swear this juxtaposition was random)
The hunter whose trap was empty is angry.
He operated on her.
He knows how to operate a well/pump.
Whose idea was that?
The girl whose dress is torn blames you.
The guy whose writing is very descriptive will probably win awards.
It stood upright against the wall.
Everything is as messed up!
The old woman who owns that cat is really mean.
I can barely see my own hand in front of my face.
topic: how to disambiguate (if at all) 3rd person referents
She owed her her life.
Their journey to visit their friends was long.
He gave his brick to him.
She was merry all day at the festival.
He failed to save him.
He approved his request.
Their jaws were bruised from fighting their enemies.
He thought his hardship too great to bear.
Whatever she did, she was not happy.
Their goods were locked on their wagon.