is the word "achieving" an objective complement? The more you visualize yourself achieving your goals, the more your mind will search for ways to make it happen. is the word "achieving" an objective complement?
Mar 17, 2014 5:18 AM
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I believe that you are correct. For the sake of parsing (analysis), let's simplify your sentence: You should visualize yourself ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS. Here are some examples of objective complements from a very good book entitled ENGLISH REVIEW GRAMMAR by Walter Kay Smart: They found the prisoner MISSING. They kept us WORKING ALL DAY. We heard the man COMING. We discovered him MOWING THE LAWN.
March 17, 2014
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