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Chapter Seven - lecture 4

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Chapter Seven - lecture 4

  1. 1. Lecture No. 4
  2. 2. 1- subject Agentive The animate subject is causing the action ( Ex: John opened the letter. 2- Direct object Affected ( participant ) The animate or inanimate object is not causing the action ( the receiver of the action ) : Ex: John broke the window. Ex: John killed Mary.
  3. 3. 7.9 Clause elements semantically considered 3- Indirect object Recipient The an animate participant ( object ) is not affected completely by the verb of the sentence as the direct object : Ex: I’ve found you a place. Here , a place is the part of the sentence that is affected by the action of finding .
  4. 4. 7.9 Clause elements semantically considered  Subject complement Cs Subject complement can be : A- Current attribute ( with stative verbs ) Ex: He is my brother. B- Resulting attribute ( with dynamic verbs ) Ex: He became restless.  Object complement Co Object complement can be : A- Current attribute ( with stative verbs ) Ex: I prefer coffee black. B- Resulting attribute ( with dynamic verbs ) Ex: They elected him President.

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