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s-tv-do-oc patterns?
S-TV-DO-OC Examples: I voted him, president. "I" is the subject, :voted" is the verb, "him" is the direct object, and "president" is the OC since it describes "him''. She called my father a liar. "She" is the subject, "'called" is the verb, "father" is the direct object, and "liar" is the OC since it describes "father''. Read more:
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I voted him, president.
"I" is the subject, :voted" is the verb, "him" is the direct object, and "president" is the OC since it describes "him''.
She called my father a liar.
"She" is the subject, "'called" is the verb, "father" is the direct object, and "liar" is the OC since it describes "father''.

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