You have the sentence "I love teaching students." as one of the transitive verb examples. You said that "teaching" is a transitive verb. Is it a transitive verb because it is a verbal (gerund) acting as the direct object and "students" would be the object complement for "teaching"; therefore, "teaching" has an object?
Also, in the sentence "I was on the beach.", would "was" just be an intransitive verb, but not an action or linking verb?
Prepositional phrases can only act as adjectives and adverbs...that's why I wasn't sure about this one. Predicate nominatives are only nouns and pronouns. In the example on this sight it said that teaching was the transitive verb. That's why I was confused. An indirect object always comes before the direct object in a sentence. That's why I was thinking object complement for students.
|link comment||answered Sep 18 '12 at 17:39 Greg New member|
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|link comment||answered Sep 18 '12 at 19:09 Temesgen Daka New member|
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