catenative verbs - Grew To Involve

I have a question about the abstract pattern "[verb1] to [verb2]" here: The slaying of Hugo Pinell, 71, triggered a riot Wednesday that grew to involve about 70 inmates at a maximum security prison east of Sacramento, said California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokeswoman Dana Simas. I am confused about "grew to involve about 70 inmates". Take another example: He jumped to look over the fence. In the second example, the act of jumping was done to perform the looking over the fence. So, according to abstract pattern "...Read more

catenative verbs - Is this a predicative adjunct?

Harry swung at it with the bat to stop it from breaking his nose, and sent it zigzagging away into the air. (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone)‘Zigzagging’ seems to be a predicative adjunct as the case below. Can both be the same case? They served the coffee blindfolded. [predicative adjunct] (The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language, p529)...Read more