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The Performance of Iraqi EFL University Students in Using the Semantic Roles of the Subject and Object Complements

Author: Iman M. Al-Shemmery
Journal: journal of Human Sciences مجلة العلوم الانسانية ISSN: 19922876/25239899 Year: 2013 Volume: 1 Issue: 15 Pages: 440-447
Publisher: Babylon University جامعة بابل

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Complement is a term used in the analysis of grammatical functions to refer to a major constituent of the sentence or the clause structure. It is associated with completing the action specified by the verb. Generally, complement represents all obligatory features of predicate other than the verb, such as, an object and an adverbial. Most of Iraqi EFL university students face difficulties in differentiating between various types of the semantic roles of the subject complement (SC) and object complement (OC). In addition, they encounter difficulties in identifying the subject and object complements.

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