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Would you be kind enough to tell me your opinion concerning the following sentences?
1.1.The couch yelled to the runner not to spare himself.
1.2.The couch yelled to the runner to go it.
Thank you for your efforts.
Hmm, shouldn't it be "yelled at the runner?"
Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
to say (something) very loudly especially because you are angry, surprised, or are trying to get someone's attention [no obj]
▪ We saw people yelling for help.
▪ She yelled [=shouted] to her friend across the park.
—often + at ▪ Stop yelling at me! [+ obj]
▪ I heard someone yelling my name.
▪ kids yelling [=shouting] insults at each other
▪ “Look out!” she yelled. —often + out ▪ He yelled out my name when he saw me.