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I am not a teacher. Question: I think I am correct: Verbs of being do not take direct or indirect objects. What is the technical name for verbs of being, and for the descriptive word that follows? Thank you
The object of such a sentence is called the complement: normally realized in the form of a noun or an adjective (however not limited to such words).
He is a policeman.
She is cold.
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