a: Object complement ~
b: a subject complement
What: "An object complement is like a subject complement, but it gives extra information about the state of the object of a verb, not its subject. So instead of following one of these "existential" or state verbs, it follows the object directly, with the sense of "to be" or a similar verb implied:They made me angry."
Date: Oct 9 2013 1:52 PM
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