The Printable KISS Grammar Workbooks To Charles Dickens Page
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Adding Complements
Ex. # 2 from Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities
Analysis Key

1. "This is our poor prisoner's darling daughter (PN)." |

2. Mr. Lorry's eyes gradually sought the fire (DO). |

3. They were sitting {under the plane-tree}. |

4. *You* [#1] Show the door-keeper (IO) this note (DO) {for Mr. Lorry}. |

5. The men were terrible (PA), {in the bloody-minded anger}. |

6. Some women were stooping {over the motionless bundle}. |

7. Then, {with that man's permission} and even {with his aid}, his brother 

     took her (DO) away. |

8. And she showed me (IO) her children (DO). |

9. This new life {of the Doctor's} was an anxious life (PN). |

10. His wooden shoes are large (PA) and clumsy (PA). |

1. This understood "You" is the focus of KISS Level 2.2.1. Praise the students who get it here.