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Fill the bags with donated gifts for the orphanage. The word BAGS is what kind of compliment? I.e. predicate adjective, direct object, indirect object, predicate nominative

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    BAGS answers the question "What?" after the verb. It does not mean the same as the subject, the understood "you."

    Which of those compliments fits that description?

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