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Which statement is true about a complement in grammar? A. It must be part of a prepositional phrase. B. It is an adverb that modifies an action verb. C. It helps to complete the meaning of a verb. D. It is always located before the linking verb in a sentence.

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  1. anonymous
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    b

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    it is C eg : He wiped the counter. – the counter is the object complement of the verb wiped. She scoured the tub. – the tub is the object complement of the verb scoured. He wiped the counter. – He is the subject complement of the verb wiped. She scoured the tub. – She is the subject complement of the verb scoured.

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    don't forget to acknowledge w/a medal

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