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He became pianist.
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  • Mar 4th 2010, 20:07
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He became a pianist.
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Sentence #292468

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He became a pianist.

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Pharamp
Jun 23rd 2010, 11:36
Why is it tagged with SVC? Isn't it SVO?
sysko
Jun 23rd 2010, 11:48
no because it's "verbe d'état' not an action verb
Pharamp
Jun 23rd 2010, 11:56
Weird.
sysko
Jun 23rd 2010, 12:46

SVO => the subject makes an action on an other object
I eat an apple
SVC => the subject is "redefine" by the complement
I am a nice guy

http://englishmistakeswelcome.c...e_patterns.htm
Pharamp
Jun 23rd 2010, 14:29
Uhm, in Italian it's different, but I see this point. Probably I would call it SVC in Italian too, but with a different C than the SVOC in "I play tennis every day." for ex. bof ;)

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