I have enough Unicoins to buy "Guaranteed answer" today.
So, instead of asking how to parse only one sentence as I should, I will ask "how to parse these following seven sentences". (Why ask one if I can ask seven! grin)
- One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got into my pajamas I'll never know.
- The horse raced past the barn fell.
- The complex houses married and single soldiers and their families.
- The rat the cat the dog chased killed ate the malt.
- Anyone who feels that if so many more students whom we haven't actually admitted are sitting in on the course than ones we have that the room had to be changed, then probably auditors will have to be excluded, is likely to agree that the curriculum needs revision.
- Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.
- This exceeding trifling witling, considering ranting criticizing concerning adopting fitting wording being exhibiting transcending learning, was displaying, notwithstanding ridiculing, surpassing boasting swelling reasoning, respecting correcting erring writing, and touching detecting deceiving arguing during debating.
Sources of sentences: 1. Groucho Marx; 2. Bever (1970); 3. Wikipedia; 4. Chomsky & Miller (1963); 5. Chomsky & Miller (1963); 6. William Rapaport; 7. Goold Brown (1851). -- via: 7 Sentences That Sound Crazy But Are Still Grammatical | Mental Floss