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The S/V/(IO)DO Pattern (Ex # 1): from
Stories of Robin Hood Told to the Children
by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall
Analysis Key through KISS Level Three (Clauses) +



1. However that did not frighten Robin (DO) {in the least}. |
 
2. Cruel men {in one day} had robbed him (DO) {of everything}. |

3. So {with many a sigh} the poor young man told his tale (DO). |

4. I'll give you (IO) a good price (DO). |

5. So the butcher sold Robin (IO) his pony (DO) and all his meat (DO). |

6. All {through the winter} Robin and his men had had a very dull time (DO). |

7. This young fellow and I have been having a fight (DO). |

8. This silly young fellow evidently does not know the value (DO) {of things}. |

9. He loved danger (DO); | he loved brave men (DO) and noble deeds (DO). |