Grammar Patterns

V n as n; V n n

V n as n; V n n

He caused uproar when he branded the jobless as 'layabouts'.
They branded her an opportunist.
I consider them as mates and I love them accordingly.
The staff consider him one of their most productive employees.
The Neighbourhood Watch committee elected Mrs Whitfield as president and area co-ordinator.
If you elect me President you will be better off four years from now than you are today.
  • acclaim
  • anoint
  • brand
  • consider
  • count
  • designate
  • dub
  • elect
  • fancy
  • give
  • hail
  • intend
  • label
  • name
  • nominate
  • ordain
  • proclaim
  • rate
  • re-elect
  • tag
  • term
  • For other combinations with the pattern V n as adj, see V as n, V n adj, and V n as adj above.

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