Complements(English)

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Would someone please write me a sentence?
I want to see if I can correctly identify the direct object, indirect object, verb, subject, predicate nominative, predicate adjective. It only has to be a couple! Thanks!

  • Complements(English) -

    One of us will use the information about this new technology.

    Please give me a piece of cake.

    Justin is a cool guy.

    Sean and Alicia are very happy.

  • Complements(English) -

    One of us will use the information about this new technology.
    Us=subject
    use=verb
    direct=information
    no indirect?

    Please give me a piece of cake.
    Subject: Me
    Verb: give
    Direct:cake
    Indirect:none?


    Justin is a cool guy.
    Subject: Justin
    Verb: Is
    Direct:guy
    Predicate Adj: cool

    Sean and Alicia are very happy.
    Subject:Sean and Alicia
    Verb: are
    Direct: happy
    Predicate Adj: very

  • Complements(English) -

    One of us will use the information about this new technology.
    Us=subject Wrong. A subject is never in a prepositional phrase.
    use=verb You forgot the helping verb.
    direct=information Right.
    no indirect? Right.

    Please give me a piece of cake.
    Subject: Me The subject is understood.
    Verb: give Right
    Direct:cake A direct object is never in a prepositional phrase.
    Indirect:none? Nope. There is an indirect object.

    Justin is a cool guy.
    Subject: Justin Right
    Verb: Is Right
    Direct:guy This sentence does not have a direct object.
    Predicate Adj: cool No. "Cool" modifies "guy."

    Sean and Alicia are very happy.
    Subject:Sean and Alicia Right.
    Verb: are Right.
    Direct: happy Wrong
    Predicate Adj: very Wrong

    You need to study your text. You have a long way to go before you understand these terms.

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