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    Clause elements problems

    I'm practising telling the different parts of a clause. I'm somewhat confused with this sentence:


    This one was exceptionally handsome building, roofed in bilian wood, and we had no hesitation in pulling in to the bank.

    I've analysed it as below:

    This one(S) was(V) exceptionally handsome building(A), roofed in bilian wood(C), and(coordinator) we(S) had(V) no hesitaion in pulling(C) in to the bank(A).

    Is my analysis correct? If it's not, could you please tell me where I have gone wrong, and a little explanation, please?


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    Smile Re: Clause elements problems

    I'd really appreciate it if someone could kindly help me on this one.

    Thanks!

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