A clause often has one or more adverbial phrases:

  • The children laughed happily.
    (N + V + Adv)
  • All the girls are learning English at school in the second year.
    (N + V + N + Adv + Adv)
  • Last year Mary and the family were driving to Madrid in an old bus.
    (Adv + N + V + Adv + Adv)
  • She put the flowers carefully in a vase.
    (N + V + N + Adv + Adv)

 Exercise

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Coud someone help me please ?
What is the pattern of the clause "All the girls are learning English at school in the second year." is it (N+V+Adv+Adv) or (N+V+N+Adv+Adv)?
Thank you for your answer.

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