Some verbs can take a nominal structure or an adjectival structure as an object complement for the direct object of the transitive verb.
It's time to learn how to identify the verb phrase in a sentence. Learning about verb phrases is essential in speaking and writing without mistakes.
Attributive and Predicative Adjectives
An attributive adjective is an adjective that appears before the noun or pronoun it describes. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
Nominal Relative Clauses
Nominal relative clauses are used as different parts of speeches and act as a noun or a noun phrase. Click here to learn more!
The part of a sentence that contains the verb and gives information about the subject is called the predicate. In this lesson, we will discuss it.
Subject complements are placed after linking verbs. Follow the article to learn more about them.
'Adjunct' is a word from the Latin that means 'join'. They are any elements in the structure of a clause that is not part of its core. Let's learn about them!
In grammar, complements are words, phrases, or clauses that are essential to complete the meaning of a given expression. Here, we will study them thoroughly!
Catenative verbs, also known as chain verbs, are followed by other verbs to form a chain of two or more verbs. In this lesson, we will discuss them in detail.
Linking verbs are connectors of the language. Their only job is to link a subject with a subject complement. Want to know how?