What is a Complete Verb?

Verbs of Complete Predication are the verbs that are capable of expressing complete sense even without an object or any other element of the complement.

Examples:

  1. My brother laughs.
  2. I sleep.
  3. You dance.
  4. She writes.
  5. We sit.

In the above examples, the verbs laughs, sleep, dance, writes and sit do not essentially require a complement to complete their meanings. Hence, these are Verbs of Complete Predication or Complete Verbs.

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