|From:||Aidan Grey <grey@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 24, 2002, 7:13|
topic: finite complement clauses
1. me, I
It bothers me that she is late.
I hope that Sam is quick.
I think she made a lot of preparations.
The sum of these numbers is 42.
I know that she sums quickly.
It is a pity that he did that.
Their pipes are dirty.
There is a dip in the road here.
I hear she dips her jelly donuts in her tea.
I saw him outdoors. (adv)
I want to go on an outdoor adventure. (adj)
The priest says that she is an honest woman.
I smelled the pretty flowers.
have fun with these, guys. Next week it'll be non-finite clauses.