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Jack and His Golden Box
Sentence Combining - Finite Verbs
Analysis Key

Example: He felt {in his pocket}, | and he drew out the little box (DO). | [6 W/MC]

He felt {in his pocket} and drew out the little box (DO). | [11 W/MC]


1. Off they went again, | and they left the castle (DO) behind. | [5 W/MC]
Off they went again, and left the castle (DO) behind. | [9 W/MC]
2. The little mouse ran {up the horse's leg}. | It made the horse dance. | [6.5 W/MC]
["Horse" is the subject of the infinitive "dance"; the infinitive phrase is the direct object of "made."]
The little mouse ran {up the horse's leg} and made it dance. | [12 W/MC]
3. Jack seized the mouse (DO) and the golden box (DO). | He put both (DO ) {into his pocket}. | [7 W/MC]
Jack seized the mouse (DO) and the golden box (DO) and put both (DO) {into his pocket}. | [14 W/MC]
4. {At last} he came up. | He showed his nose (DO) and little mouth (DO) {out of the water}. | [8 W/MC]
{At last} he came up, and showed his nose (DO) and little mouth (DO) {out of the water}. | [16 W/MC]
5. The maid servant called him in {to the fire}. | She gave him (IO) plenty (DO) to eat. | [7.5 W/MC]
[Grammarians are almost certain to disagree as to whether "him" is a direct or an indirect object. Thus I would accept either answer. The infinitive "to eat" functions as an adjective to "plenty."]
The maid servant called him in {to the fire} and gave him (IO) plenty (DO) to eat.  | [15 W/MC]
6. The King was glad (PA) to see them. | He gave them (IO) a hearty welcome (DO). | [6.5 W/MC]
"Them" is the direct object of the infinitive "to see." The infinitive phrase functions as an adverb (Why?) to "glad."]
The King was glad (PA) to see them, and gave them (IO) a hearty welcome (DO). | [13 W/MC]