請問這句bearing along with great effort an ear of corn he was taking to his nest.中的with great effort是否介詞片語作副詞用?但它怎會放在受詞an ear前?副詞不是不能放在及物動詞後嗎?謝謝?
- TOMING88Lv 72 個月前最佳解答
"with great effort" is a prep phrase placed after "Bearing along" coordinating with "an ear of corn"---adv phr of manner/purpose.to main clause.
He was talking to his nest----main clause
nest--n--is the home of certain other animals or insects.
ear-n-is the head of a grain-producing plant, used for food---eg:- an ear of corn.
- 2 個月前
bear (transitive verb):
bearing "an ear of corn" (object)
take (transitive verb):
taking "an ear of corn" to his home
relative clause - (that) he was taking to his home
along with (preposition):
along with "great effort" (object of prepositon)