1.They were fined a total of just over £116 million as part of a leniency deal offered by the watchdog to companies that owned up quickly to anti-competitive behaviour.
2.The National Consumer Council gave warning that the admissions would dent consumer confidence in leading high street names and that people would become sceptical of their claims.
3.But then, in 1963, Sylvia Plath, a young American poet whom he had first met at Cambridge University in 1956, and who became his wife in the summer of that year, committed suicide.
1.主体句式:They were fined a total of just over £116 million as part of a leniency deal…
结构分析: 这是一个复合句，其成分比较复杂。offered by the watchdog to companies作为一个分词短语来修饰前面的deal, 而后面that引导的定语从句又修饰companies。
2.主体句式： The National Consumer Council gave warning…
结构分析： 这是一个复合句，句子的宾语warning 带着两个同位语从句，以that 引导；第一个同位语从句中，confidence in 后面是一个分词短语作介词的宾语。
3.主体句式：But then Sylvia Plath committed suicide.
结构分析：这是一个同位语带有定语从句的复合句。whom和who引导的两个定语从句修饰a young American poet，整体作为Sylvia Plath的同位语。
No invention has received more praise and abuse than Internet.
People seem to fail to take into account the fact that education does not end with graduation.
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