401. After the war, the defeated country was dismembered and could no longer be called a nation.
402. She danced with glee when she saw the new toys, which her father bought for her birthday present.
403. He gave us implicit consent to take the apples, for he smiled when he saw us do it.
404. Someone is spreading mischievous stories about minister’s private life.
405. In the sentence “She lives alone by herself” the word “alone” is redundant.
406. The solicitude shown to him by his neighbors after the robbery impressed him very deeply.
407. The bank keeps a large surplus of money in reserve.
408. The doctor gave him some medicine to abate the pain.
409. His ambition was consummated when he won the prize.
410. Our savings have dwindled since my wife was sent to hospital.