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Nouns Used as Adverbs
from Heidi by Johanna Spyri
Analysis Key

1. I have done my share (DO) these last four years [NuA] | and now it is your 

turn (PN) to provide [#1] {for her}. |

2. The uncle had risen {during her last words} | and now he gave her (IO) such a

look (DO) [Adv. to "such" that she retreated a few steps [NuA] ]. |

3. Heidi was awakened (P) early next morning [NuA] {by a loud whistle}. |

4. She remembered [DO how she had come {up the mountain} the day

[NuA] before]. |

5. Four days [NuA] later the sun was shining | and the tight-packed frozen snow

was crackling {under every step}. |

6. You are nearly twelve years [NuA] old (PA), my boy [DirA]. |

7. All afternoon [NuA] the uncle hammered around. |

8. "I shall count {on you} next winter [NuA], neighbor [DirA]." |

9. About a week [NuA] later, Mr. Candidate asked to see Mrs. Sesemann [#2]. |

10. The grandmama sent {for Heidi} every day [NuA] {after dinner}. |

1. The verbal (infinitive) "to provide" functions as an adjective to "turn."
2. "Mrs. Sesemann" is the direct object of the infinitive "to see." The infinitive phrase functions as the direct object of "asked."