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Pattern combination 1: V; V n

Pattern combination 1: V; V n

In the pattern V, the verb can be used on its own, without anything following it. In the pattern V n, the verb is followed by a noun group. This pattern combination is symmetrical. This combination of patterns has one combination of structures:
    Verb; Verb with Object
    The window broke.They broke the window.
V
 Verb group
SubjectVerbAdjunct (optional)
The patternaltered. 
The foghornblasted. 
My spiritslifted. 
That meetingwill reconvenein two weeks.
V n
 Verb groupnoun group
SubjectVerbObjectAdjunct (optional)
All creaturesaltertheir own environmenta little.
Some motoristsblasttheir hornsin support.
Sunlightcan liftthe spirits. 
Ministerswill reconvenetheir meetingtoday.
Verbs with this combination of patterns belong to the following meaning groups:
The 'change' groupThe 'break' groupThe 'dissolve' and 'solidify' groupThe 'cook' groupThe 'expand' and 'compress' groupThe 'improve' and 'worsen' groupThe 'blister' groupThe 'bleach' groupThe 'clog up' groupThe 'blur' groupThe 'divide' groupThe 'quicken' and 'slow down' groupThe 'open' and 'close' groupThe 'calm down' groupThe 'weaken' and 'strengthen' groupThe 'detach' groupThe 'reverse' groupThe 'spurt out' groupThe 'clench' and 'relax' groupThe 'assemble' and 'disband' groupThe 'overwork' groupThe 'leak' groupThe 'start' and 'stop' groupThe 'develop' groupThe 'awaken' groupThe 'hoot' groupThe 'detonate' and 'play' groupVerbs with other meanings

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