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Interjections, Direct Address, 
& Nouns Used as Adverbs
from Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities
1. Place parentheses (around each prepositional phrase). 
2. Underline every finite verb twice, every subject once, and label complements (“PA,” “PN,” “IO,” or “DO”). 
3. Label each interjection ("Inj"), each noun used as an adverb ("NuA"), and each example of direct
  address ("DirA").

1. "Are you quite a stranger to me, sir?"

2. "The relapse, my dear friend, was not quite unforeseen by its subject."

3. The mender of roads went home.

4. "Oh dear yes! Yes. Oh yes, you're eligible!" said Mr. Lorry.

5. "But my dear! You are faint of heart to-night, my dear!"

6. Her little daughter was six years old.

7. I should have known what you meant, this time.

8. "O, sir, at another time you shall know my name."

9. "Have the goodness to give me a little glass of old cognac, and a 

     mouthful of cool fresh water, madame."

10. Many a night and many a day had its inmates listened to the echoes

     in the corner.