No. And what does 'He cracked open the door' mean? I've met 'cracked open' in the context of bottles of champagne, but... Is it supposed to mean 'He opened the door a crack' (in which 'a crack' is just an adverbial phrase)?
I've met such lists of sentence forms, but not in regular school English lessons. I think there's a list like this in David Crystal's Encyclopedia of Language - I'll check.
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