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    Re: Analysis

    Welcome to the boards, Jahangir! You'll find a very friendly and helpful group of people here.


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    Question Re: Analysis

    Thanks for invitation. I want to clarify some doubts which screwing up my mind.

    1.In speaking English
    It is good to use Infinitives (to verb)
    Example: It is easy to study in the classroom.
    Or
    It is good to use Gerunds(verb-ing)
    Example: Studing in the classroom is easy.

    2.In this sentence pattern
    subject-transitive verb-object-object complement
    object complement says about object
    But i want to know that object complement
    would " verb " or "Adjective"



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    Re: Analysis

    Quote Originally Posted by jahangir View Post
    Thanks for invitation. I want to clarify some doubts which screwing up my mind.


    1.In speaking English
    It is good to use Infinitives (to verb)
    Example: It is easy to study in the classroom.
    Or
    It is good to use Gerunds(verb-ing)
    Example: Studing in the classroom is easy.

    2.In this sentence pattern
    subject-transitive verb-object-object complement
    object complement says about object
    But i want to know that object complement
    would " verb " or "Adjective"

    Both infinitives and gerunds are useful in English. Some verbs or adjectives take either one, but others take only an infinitive or only a gerund. When either choice is correct, there is little or no difference in meaning in some cases, but profound differences in meaning in other cases. The following link will give you more information:

    http://www.iei.uiuc.edu/structure/st...gerinfvbs.html

    Object complements are usually nouns or adjectives. Nouns often rename the object; adjectives indicate a change in the object created by the action of the verb.

    The citizens elected John Attorney General. (noun)
    The chef cooked the steaks rare. (adjective)

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