An adjective complement adds meaning to an adjective or modifies it. These complements always follow the adjectives they modify by providing necessary support to complete its meaning, and can be NOUN CLAUSES or PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES.
Examples: YOUNG CHILDREN ARE OFTEN AFRAID OF THE DARK.
- “of the dark” (required prepositional phrase) complementing the adjective “afraid”.
. THE PARENTS SEEM EAGER TO GET THEIR CHILDREN ADMITTED TO THAT SCHOOL.
- “to get their children admitted to that school” a noun phrase complementing the adjective “eager”
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