- Caroline, send Hadassah a text message about the assignment when you have finished it.
- Charlotte, bring your friend Hannah a pillow because she looks sleepy.
- Ben, send Kyle a postcard when you arrive.
- Make me an offer I can’t refuse.
- Interrogative uses the implied “you” as the subject.
- The names are not the subject. They are noun of direct address, diagrammed above the subject.
- Hannah renames friend. It is an appositive, diagrammed in parenthesis next to friend.
- “Looks” is a linking verb. “Sleepy” is the predicate adjective.
- There is an invisible “that” in sentence number 4. Make me an offer (that) I can’t refuse.
- Reorder the words of the clause in #4. “I can’t refuse (that).
- Connect adverbial clauses verb to verb. (Adverbial clauses begin with a subordinating conjunction. In my examples, “when” and “because” are the subordinating conjunctions.
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