1) "named" is not a ditransitive verb, Hela.
2) "is", copular; it functions as a linking verb. "their Baby's name" is a possessive adjective phrase, a nominal. Same holds for 3).
5) "nearly" modifies the verb and it ends in -ly, which makes it an . . . The same holds true for the -ly word in 6).
Where are they located?Should “nearly” and “gradually” be part of the verb phrase or should they form separate sentence elements = adverbials of manner ?
7) Ask, "What do the phrases in question tell us about? Do they modify "the tickets", "the tourists" or something else?
8) Ask, "Why was is possible for the plane to land safely?
9) "is travelling" . . . "at the moment", sounds like they work. What are you thoughts?
10) "till" is a preposition and it means, up to a time.
All the best,
Sorry for the short reply; it's late here.
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