I would like to know when a sentence is of incomplete/complete predication?
in the example: 'She drives me crazy' The verb 'drive' is a transitive one, but of complete or incomplete predication??
* An intransitive verb has a subjective complement?
Thank you very much!
Hello, Ana Laura.
Click here and scroll down to where it says,
344. A complement is a word added to a verb of incomplete predication to complete its meaning.It's from a very old source, I know, but it explains (in)complete predication quite nicely, and clearly.
All the best.