2 and 3 are correct.
1 has to be A then?
No, sorry ... my mistake.
Your first choice for #1 is correct.
Thanks! I have two more that I don't completely understand.
1. After two or three trips, however, the lift becomes an old friend. (friend is underlined)
A. predicate nominative
B. predicate adjective
C. object complement
D. direct object
I think it's C?
Later, skiers often grow sleepy around a cracking fire in the cozy lodge. (sleepy is underlined)
A. indirect object
B. object complement
C. predicate adjective
D. predicate nominative
I think it's C?
okay so it's indirect object?
Yes, for your very first sentence in this thread, the answer is indirect object.
In #1 just above, there is no object, so there can be no object complement.
Your choice for #2 just above is correct.
Okay then "friend" is a predicate nominative?
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