Grammar Patterns

pl-n V together

pl-n V together

The verb is followed by the adverb together. The Subject is a plural noun group. This pattern has one structure:
    Verb with Adjunct
    The cells clump together.
pl-n V together
plural noun groupVerbtogether
SubjectVerbAdjunct
Theyclungtogether.
The whole teammust pulltogether.
Phrasal verbs: pl-n V P together
plural noun groupVerb groupParticletogether
SubjectVerbAdjunctAdjunct (optional)
We allmuckedintogether. 
Theyranawaytogetherto America.
The Subject refers to two or more people, things, or groups. Note that verbs with this pattern are similar in meaning to reciprocal verbs, but they are not regarded as true reciprocal verbs because they must have the adverb together when used with a plural Subject.Verbs with this pattern belong to the following meaning groups:
The 'cluster' groupThe 'live' groupThe 'band' groupVerbs with other meaningsStructure information

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