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complement

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  1. In grammar the term complement is used with different meanings

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    created by user picturefactobot on November 21, 2008
  2. The primary meaning is a word, phrase or clause which is necessary in a sentence to complete its meaning

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  3. We find complements which function as a sentence element (i.e. of equal status to subjects and objects) and complements which exist within sentence elements

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  4. A subject complement tells more about the subject by means of the verb

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  5. In the examples below the sentence elements are (SUBJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENT) Mr. Johnson is a management consultant. (a predicative nominal) She looks ill. (a predicative adjective)

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