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Complements

review of complements
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direct object
receives the action of the verb
indirect object
comes between the action verb and the direct object and answers "to whom?" "to what?" "for whom?" or "for what?"
predicate adjective
follows a linking verb and describes the subject
predicate nominative
follows a linking verb and renames the subject
direct object
if you have an indirect object, you must also have a
linking verbs
predicate nominatives and predicate adjectives follow
linking verb
In this sentence, "The turkey tasted good," "tasted" is a (n)
action verb
In this sentence, "I tasted the turkey," "tasted" is a (n)
nouns or pronouns
The part of speech a predicate nominative is
what or whom
Direct objects answer
subject
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
"Cats" are interesting mammals.
simple predicate
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
Cats "are" interesting mammals.
predicate nominative
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
Cats are interesting "mammals".
direct object
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
I described its "events."
simple predicate
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
I "described" its events.
indirect object
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
I gave the" fish" a bath.
predicate adjective
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
Mrs. Denton's class is "awesome."
predicate nominative
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
A test can be a learning "experience."
simple predicate
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
Hermit crabs find and "inhabit" empty shells of other animals.
direct object
What part of the SENTENCE is the quoted word?
I wear "clothes" with simple patterns.