I'm working on analyzing some of my old writing and I'm having trouble breaking up this sentence. It's poorly written which doesn't help but I'm supposed to analyze it regardless: "This does not include the time it takes for her to get ready in the morning or the time required for vehicle maintenance." This is what I have so far: Subjects: This, it Verbs: does include, takes Verbals: to get, required Do I have these right? I was really confused. Also, I cannot figure out where the clauses end and start and what type of sentence it is. It seems like "it takes for her to get ready" is a relative clause but I'm not sure about that at all. I'm sort of thinking it's a complex sentence but I'm not sure. Any help would be great!