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Are the CAPITALIZED words Subject Complements, Direct Objects, or Indirect Objects?

 
 
breshon
 
Reply Thu 29 May, 2014 09:26 am
1)Jeremy was a KID who always had hated school.
2)Many of the students, however, seem INTIMIDATED by Lisa's perfect academic record.
3)"She sounds like a ROBOT", he complained. "She's just too good to be true."
4)The winner of this year's scholarship is LISA.
5)When Lisa became class PRESIDENT, her acceptance speech was eloquent and succinct.
6)Once, a teacher even kicked JEREMY out of class for passing notes.
7)She remembers to raise her HAND in class instead of calling out the answers.
8)He grew FRUSTRATED with homework assignments and had trouble paying attention in class.
9)Her reputation as a model student was OBVIOUS to Jeremy as soon as he enrolled in Columbus Middle School.
10)Their parents loved their TWINS equally.
11)Other students called LISA "Jeremy's opposite."
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