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    adaro

    And also, is there a general rule as to how one could identify a complement? Which verbs actually take a complement?

    I appreciate your feedback.
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    Re: adaro

    There are different types of complement: https://www.usingenglish.com/glossary/complement.html
    However, in all cases, if you take them away, the verb will not be complete and it won't make much sense.

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