Grammar Patterns

V n as adj

V n as adj

The verb is followed by a noun group and a prepositional phrase which consists of the preposition as and an adjective group. The passive pattern is be V-ed as adj.This pattern has two structures:
    Structure I: Verb with Object and prepositional Object Complement
    I saw the question as crucial.
    Structure II: Verb with Object and prepositional Complement
    That strikes me as right.
Structure I: Verb with Object and prepositional Object ComplementStructure II: Verb with Object and prepositional Complement

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