Grammar Patterns

V n from n or V n from n to n; V n to n

V n from n or V n from n to n; V n to n

All these verbs have the pattern V n to n. The verb change also has the pattern V n from n to n. The other verbs have all three patterns.
They were banished from the country, seemingly never to return.
Five years later he was banished to Upper Egypt.
That was partly why we decided to change our name from National Marriage Guidance to Relate.
She changed her name to Joanna.
Pamela Counter has been promoted from account executive.
He was promoted to lieutenant general.
  • banish
  • bar
  • change
  • deport
  • extradite
  • forward
  • pass
  • pluck
  • promote
  • relay
  • send
  • transfer
  • transplant
  • For other combinations with the pattern V n from n, see V from n above.

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