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  1. Lesson 64 contains several errors that have been addressed by WTM here: https://welltrainedmind.com/corrections/key-student-workbook-1-grammar-well-trained-mind/ But after reading the corrections, we're more confused than ever! From 64A: Sir Percival and Sir Lamorak had obtained permission to ride forth together in companionship. Before the website correction, the phrase "to ride forth together in companionship" was labeled in the book as an Object Complement but diagrammed as an Adjective Phrase. After correction, the phrase is labeled as an Adjective Phrase. Either way, the phrase describes the Direct Object "permission". But why? Why is it an Adjective Phrase and not an Object Complement when it follows the Direct Object and describes it? Thank you!
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