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    Question Functions

    Is it correct to consider it an indirect object the phrase: the post- war generation in the following sentence?:
    She belongs to the post-war generation
    thanks for your reply

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    Re: Functions

    It's a complement IMO.


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    Re: Functions

    thanks for the reply!

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    #4

    Re: Functions

    She / belongs

    to/generation

    'post war' is adjective for generation


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    Re: Functions

    Thank you very much for your reply

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