Verbs where something else involved in the action has to have been mentioned or indicated already.Next
The Subject is usually a human being.
I actually went and had a look round the school, but I didn't particularly like the people and I decided I wasn't going to apply.
We are prepared to attack, if necessary, tomorrow.
Oh God. Patients' records are sacrosanct. Hilde will go berserk when she finds out.
For Kirston it was very definitely a relief to be away from her old school where she felt she really didn't fit in.
When the police investigated they could find no one among the neighbours who had noticed anything wrong.
Suppose we meet somewhere for a drink? I'll pay.
I went to Dent's to get some more books 'cos I've run out.
The verbs demand and go around have this pattern mainly in one fairly fixed phrase, as shown in the examples below.
apply attack attend belong bother cast celebrate charge check choose claim compete contribute count defend demand dominate drink eat follow hurt investigate lead learn move pass pay prepare publish qualify receive repeat reply (A team) respond rule search sell sign stick (A name) stick (A charge) sweep switch tell (The strain) try vote change over check up cut back cut down do without drink up find out fit in go around/round go without hit back hold out lock up miss out move over play along run out sell out sing along strike back switch off switch on switch over take over
She could be very charming when the occasion demanded.
The food queues have become a daily occurrence across the country. There is never enough to go round and tempers are frayed.