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subject
the person or thing that does the action of the verb (usually a noun or nominal)
verb
the main word of the predicate; usually describes an action or condition; must agree with subject
complement
a word in the predicate that complEtes the verb
subject complement
an adjective or noun in the predicate (after the verb) that renames or describes the subject
object complement
an adjective or noun in the predicate that follows the direct object and renames or describes it
direct object
a noun or noun-substitute in the predicate (after the verb) that receives the action of the verb (answers "what" after the verb)(can become the subject of a passive sentence)
indirect object
the person or thing to or for whom (can be rephrased as the object of "to" or "for") (can become the subject of a passive sentence)
adverb
modifies the verb or predicate by telling where, when, how, how often, why, etc.
adjective
modifies a noun
prepositional phrase
preposition, its object, and any modifiers of the object (may serve as an adjective, an adverb, or, occasionally, a noun)