Complementos en inglés


Un complemento es una palabra o un grupo de palabras (generalmente un adjetivo o un sustantivo) que se usa después de verbos copulativos (como be y become). El complemento identifica o describe el sujeto del verbo.

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"She seems very pleased."
("Parece estar muy contenta.")

"Parece estar muy satisfecha."

Ejemplos (el complemento está en negrita):

  • I am a singer.
    (Soy cantante.)

  • He is Jack.
    (Él es Jack.)

  • She became angry.
    (Se enojó.)

  • Amy turned red.
    (Amy se puso roja.)

  • I am Beth.
    (Soy Beth.)

  • You are a teacher.
    (Eres un profesor.)

  • He is a good cook.
    (Es un buen cocinero.)

  • He became a successful businessman.
    (Se convirtió en un exitoso hombre de negocios.)

  • Lisa seems more tired than usual.
    (Lisa parece estar más cansada que lo normal.) 

  • You don't look so surprised.
    (No te ves tan sorprendido.)

  • Dinner smells wonderful!
    (¡La cena huele riquísimo!)

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