Complements: Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Subject Complements

Complements:  Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Subjec
Complements:  Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Subjec
Complements:  Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Subjec
Complements:  Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Subjec
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The following is the title of each slide:
Title Slide
1. Recognizing Complements
2. Complements- never an adverb or part of a prepositional phrase
3. Four steps for finding the complement
4. Example to apply the four steps
5. Direct Objects
6. Direct Object examples
7. Indirect Objects with examples
8. Summary chart of direct and indirect objects
9. Subject Complements
10. Predicate Nominatives
11. Finding a subject complement in an interrogative sentence
12. Predicate Adjective
13. Predicate Adjective example
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13
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Complements:  Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Subjec
Complements:  Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Subjec
Complements:  Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Subjec
Complements:  Direct Objects, Indirect Objects, and Subjec
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