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    Question Object Complements

    He baked a cake for her.
    In above sentence, for her is Object Complements or Object of Preposition?
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    Re: Object Complements

    "He baked a cake for her".

    It is neither. The preposition phrase "for her" is complement of the verb "baked". In the preposition phrase, "her" is object complement of the preposition "for".

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