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    Clause elements

    I'm currently learning about clause elements. However, I'm having some difficulty in understanding and differentiating between these three clause elements: object, complement and adverbial. Is there any way in which I can test whether a part of a sentence is either an an object, complement or adverbial?

    Thanks, in advance!

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