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EXERCISE 31. Mention the adverbial sentences of time :1. Angels listen when she speaks. 2. As we walk, tell me freely how you like my host and the company. 3. I must walk a mile further yet before I begin. 4. Now that the path has been fairly trod, the goal is at hand. 5. 'Tis merry in hall, when men sing all. 6. I shall love you for it as long as I know you. 7. While they fought singly, they were successively subdued. 8. Before they yielded to the Roman arms, they often disputed. 9. Destroy me not till that I swerve. 10. My heart aches when the flowers appear. 11. Before the art of writing was in existence, poetry had reached a very high degree of excellence. 12. He wandered long till thee he spied from far. 13. After every qualification of property had been laid aside, the armies of the Roman emperors were still commanded, for the most part, by officers of a liberal birth and education. 14. No sooner were the Covenanters in possession of the post, than a close and destructive fire was poured into it from the Castle. 15. When he returned he hallooed again. 16. I must speak ere I die. 17. It was some time before he obtained my answer. 18. I will know more of thee ere we part. 19. I remembered him before he had done speaking. 20. Thoughts are but dreams till their effects be tried. 21. The shadow passeth when the tree shall fall. 22. The king stood still till the last echo died. 23. No one knows how good the world is till grief comes to try us. 24. I have the same dagger for myself when it shall please my country to need my death. 25. The pursuit I led till we overtook the spoil-encumbered foe. 26. I will not sit unconcerned while my liberty is invaded. 27. Life has passed with me but roughly since I heard thee last.

28. Some have despatch'd their cakes and cream

Before that we have left to dream.
29. Adown winding Nith I did wander

To mark the sweet flowers as they spring.
30. While I have power to wield my sword,
I'll fight with heart and hand.

EXERCISE 32. Analyse :1. As the sun rose, the wind and the waves rose with it. 2. It had striven till the bars were rent. 3. The leaves made a rustling noise as they ran about the long hiding-grass. 4. Elephants are fifty or sixty years before they arrive at their full growth. " 5. Bring me to my trial when you will. 6. When Cæsar lived, he durst not thus have moved me. 7. Ere their fruit drop off, the blossom comes. 8. Before we proceed any further, hear me speak. 9. Now that the winter's gone, the earth hath lost her snow-white robes. 10. Ere yet the shadows fiy, he mounted sings amid the dawning clouds. 11. While here we sit, I feel my strength returning. 12. Strength would fail you ere our journey's end be reached. 13. We frolic, while 'tis May. '14. Still as they run they look behind. 15. Such archery was never seen since a bow was first bent in Britain. 16. Several fishes of prey pursued me when I was in the water. 17. Since I left school I have not been idle. 18. While he thus moralised, he raised his eyes. 19. He was about to betake himself to repose, when there was a knocking at the door of the apartment. 20. When my uncle told me so, he wept.

21. When the judgment's weak,

The prejudice is strong.
22. The owls have hardly sung their last,

While our four travellers homeward wend.
23. The ocean, when its yeasty war is raging,

Is awful to the vessel near the rocks.
24. Ere thus I will outbraved be,

One of us two shall die.
25. How quickly nature falls into revolt,

When gold becomes her object.
26. Thy gloom will soothe my cheerless soul,

When nature all is sad like me.
27.

Till Pericles be dead,
My heart can lend no succour to my head.
28. Then was I like the straw, when that the flame

Is driven therein by force and rage of wind.
29. So all that night they pass'd in great disease,*

Till that the morning, bringing early light
To guide men's labours, brought them also ease,

And some assuagement of their painful plight.
20. When the lamps quiver

So far in the river,

With many a light
From many a casement,
From garret to basement,
She stood with amazement

Houseless by night. 68. Adverbial Sentences of Place denote :-1. Rest in a Place (where ?): as, Where light is, chameleons

change. 2. Motion to a Place (whither ?): as, Whither thou goest, I

will go. 3. Motion from a Place (uhence ?): as, He will return

whence he came. 69. The Connectives of Adverbial Sentences of Place are the subordinative conjunctions Whence, whencesoever, where, wheresoever, wherever, whither, whithersoever.

Obs. The connectives of adverbial sentences of place are sometimes called relative adverbs. The demonstrative adverbs (here, there; hither, thither, &c.) are sometimes expressed in the principal sentence: as, There where grows the hawthorn tree, we often met in days gone by. If there be resolved into in that place, the adverbial sentence may be treated as an adjective sentence, qualifying place.

FOURTEENTH ANALYSIS MODEL.
1. Set me where you stand.
2. She forth did roam whither her rage her bore.
3. I must return whence I came.
4. Wherever they land, they erect a hut.

70.

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mingled the various

tasks of sum-
mer, autumn,
winter, and

of spring. might [mingle) (them)

b. where he might [mingle them). | Adv. sent.

(Place), to a.

where

he

a. They met

Prin. sent.

They

met

where

woods

made

b. where woods made moan o'er Adv. sent.
warriors' graves

(Place), to a.

moan

o'er warriors'

graves

c.

And where the torrent's rain- Adv. sent. And bow spray was cast

(Place), to a, where co-ordinate to b.

the torrent's was cast

rainbow spray

dark blue lakes were heaving

to the blast

d. And where dark blue lakes Adv. sent. And were heaving to the blast. (Place), to a, where

co-ordinate to b and c.

6. He mingled, where he might, the various tasks

Of summer, autumn, winter, and of spring.
6. They met—where woods made moan o'er warriors' graves,

And where the torrent's rainbow spray was cast,

And where dark lakes were heaving to the blast. Obs. In sentence b, c, And connects the co-ordinate adverbial sentences b and c, and where connects the adverbial sentence c to the principal sentence a. So, in sentence 6, d, And connects the co-ordinate adverbial sentences c and d, and where connects the adverbial sentence d to the principal sentence a.

EXERCISE 33. Mention the adverbial sentences of place :1. Where once we dwelt our name is heard no more. 2. I will not shoot when I am sure to miss. 3. Where roll'd the ocean, thereon was his home. 4. Next inorn 'twas found where Selim fell. 5. Where every one is poor, what can be gained ? 6. The thought haunts me wherever I go. 7. Thou canst best perform that office where thou art. 8. Wherever you go, the same polished society will present to you the same monotony. 9. Wheresoever the Roman conquers he inhabits. 10. Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise. 11. Spread thy white sails where naval glory calls. 12. Press where ye see my white plume shine, amidst the ranks of war. 13. Where rose the mountains, there to him were friends. 14. Long let us walk, where the breeze blows from yon extended field of blossomed beans. 15. Wherever Nature designs a proud action, she always disposes seeds proper for it. 16. The noise pursues me wheresoe'er I go." 17. Where'er she turns, the Graces homage pay. 18. Where his sword blazed out, there was hurrying flight. 19. Wherever the giant came, all fell before him. 20. You shall take him where you will. 21. She wandered whithersoever Fancy led her. 22. Where'er I walk, no money I want. 23. He was kneeling where I could not see his face. 24. He commanded respect wherever he went. 25. Wherever pleasure is to be sold, I am always a purchaser. 26. Where I go, my rifle goes. 27. Truth yet shall find a home where'er degraded nature bleeds.

28. Where'er he moves the silent streets along,

Broods a stern quiet o'er the sullen throng.
29. Here, where the sword united nations drew,
Our countrymen were warring on that day.

In every land
I saw, wherever light illumineth,
Beauty and anguish walking hand in hand
The downward slope to death.

EXERCISE 34. Analyse :1. Abide where thou art. 2. Whither I go, ye cannot come. 3. Where thou lodgest, I will lo:Ige. 4. Wherever life is, there is melancholy. 5. Wherever he passed, the country poured forth its inhabitants. 6. Wherever Shakespeare has invented, he is greatly below the novelist. 7. My nurse found me, where she had left me beneath the lime trees. 8. Sleep where the fountain murmurs. 9. Lie not down to sleep beneath the trees where human tracks are seen. 10. They walked hand-in-hand wherever they appeared, showing every mark of mutual satisfaction.

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