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  • An OBJECT COMPLEMENT is a noun, a pronoun, or an adjective the follows and restates the direct object in a sentence. Examples (object complement in CAPS): I called the manager, MR. BROWN. (The noun "Mr. Brown" restates the direct object "manager") I called Mr. Brown, the MANAGER. (The noun "manager" restates the noun "Mr. Brown") I think the manager, YOU, should handle this. (The pronoun "you" restates the direct object "manager") I think you, the MANAGER, should handle this. (The noun "manager" restates the direct object "you") I found the manager HELPFUL. (the adjective "helpful" restates the direct object "manager")

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