Verb patterns

Verb patterns
Модели управления глаголов
Verb
Чтобы правильно употребить глагол, нужно знать модель его управления — то, сколько дополнений этот глагол может при себе иметь и как эти дополнения могут выражаться; каким образом может быть выражено подлежащее при глаголе. Важно знать, например, что дополнение при глаголе suggest может быть выражено герундием и не может быть выражено инфинитивом (нельзя сказать *She suggested to go to the party), а глагол plan - планировать, наоборот, присоединяет к себе в качестве дополнения инфинитив и не присоединяет герундий (нельзя сказать *He planned going to the party).
В нашем грамматическом словаре приводятся модели управления глаголов, употребление которых вызывает особенно большие трудности.
1) О глаголах, употребляющихся в конструкции со сложным дополнением, см. Complex object
2) О глаголах, употребляющихся в конструкции со сложным подлежащим, см. Complex subject
3) О глаголах, которые в качестве дополнения (части сложного дополнения) присоединяют к себе герундий и/или инфинитив см. Verb + to-infinitive or ing-form?
4) Об употреблении глаголов в конструкции Глагол + Непрямое дополнение или Глагол + to/for + Существительное см. give me this / give this to me.
5) О глаголе wish в конструкции с придаточным дополнительным см. wish + that - clause
6) О сочетаемости глагола suggest см. suggest

English-Russian grammar dictionary. 2014.

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