Identify the subject, verb, compliment, adj and prep phrase

1. Scientists throughout the world have expressed concern about the fate of the giant panda.
Scientists-subject, throughout the world, about the fate of the giant panda-prep phrase, concern-compliment

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  1. verb??

  2. Have expressed-verb

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