The teacher has to try to remember to remind him to make his friends be interested in different subjects.
I wrote this sentence but I am not sure if this follows the grammar rules.(the sentence may seem a bit weird though)
I am trying to analyze the sentence, so the infinitive to try is the object of the verb has,
the infinitive to remember is the object of the verb try,
the infinitive to remind is the object of the verb remind,
him is the object of the verb remind, and the infinitive to make is the complement of the noun him,
his friends is the object of the verb make, and be interested in different subjects is the complement.
Am I breaking down the sentences correctly? If it is correct , then why does it not fit into the fixed sentence patterns (SVO,SVOO,SVOC,etc...)
By the way, my friend told me a tip, but I am not sure if that always works:
instead of breaking down the sentences and complicate them, whenever a second or third verb appears in the sentence,doesn't matter whether if there is a noun or object in between , just change the second or third verb into infinitive or gerund form, the only exceptions are verb like make/have/let.
Is this tip a valid one? Are there any exceptions?