V from n
Verbs with this structure are all concerned with leaving or coming from a place, group, thing, person, or position. The Subject can be animate or inanimate. We include here verbs such as emanate and radiate which indicate that a quality is strongly shown by someone.
Structure III: Verb with Adjunct
|Verb group||from||noun group|
|Gales of laughter||issued||from||the classroom.|
|Verb group||Particle||from||noun group|
|Spray||rose||up||from||the surface of the water.|
Structure information: Verb with Adjunct
The verbs part and separate are often reciprocal verbs (see Chapter 6).
abscond arise ascend belch break commute defect depart desert detach disembark disengage diverge divert drain eject emanate emerge emigrate escape exit fade fall graduate haemorrhage immigrate issue migrate part peel puff radiate rebound recede recoil return rise secede separate (not) stir transfer vanish withdraw back away break away fall away fall back get away pull away rise up run away split off
Smoke belched from the steelworks in the background.
A former Conservative councillor has defected from the party.
The service will depart from Inverness at 10.15, calling at principal stations to Edinburgh, before returning north at 15.35.
She takes photos of the buckled floors and the plaster that has fallen away from the walls.
She's going to destroy me. I have to get away from her.
I have parted from my wife by mutual agreement.
Restlessness radiated from him.