Grammar Patterns

V from n

V from n

The verb is followed by a prepositional phrase which consists of from and a noun group. With some verbs, the preposition is sometimes followed by an '-ing' clause. In Structure I, the preposition is followed by an '-ing' form.This pattern has three structures:
    Structure I: Verbs in phase
    He refrained from making any comment.
    Structure II: Verb with prepositional Object
    We will all benefit from this change.
    Structure III: Verb with Adjunct
    The train emerged from the tunnel.
Structure I: Verbs in phaseStructure II: Verb with prepositional ObjectStructure III: Verb with AdjunctOther related patterns

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