Verb and Its Types

Rules
1. Subjective complement comes after a linking verb. 2. Objective complement comes after transitive verb and defines its object. 3. Double transitive verb has diect and in direct object. 4. Factative or verb of incomplete predication has an object and objective complement. 5. Intransitive verb never has an object or a complement of any kind. 6. There can never be indirect object and objective complement together in a sentence. 7. An adverb of any kind can be present in a sentence but it is an optional components i.e. it may or may not be in a sentence. 8. Subjective complement is a place of noun and adjective. 9. A modifier limits the meaning of something else. 10. A direct object is a noun or noun equivalent. It can be pronoun or other elements. 11. Indirect object is generally a person or animal and usuall found without preposition but if it follows the diect object it is always precedded by preposition ³to´ or ³for´.

Verbals Rules
1. Only finite forms of verbs can be used as main verb of the sentence. These forms are never used as any other parts of speech. 2. Non-finite form of verb when used as a main verb always takes a helping verb or a modal verb. They are also used as noun, adjective and as adverb.

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