I'm trying to analyze the construction of this sentence:
I'm having so much fun watching.
- so much fun = NP, Direct Object of the verb am having
- watching =
My question is, is #2 an NP (and gerund) functioning as an object complement of #1?
As far as I know, "watching" is just called a V+ing Clause (so you could probably call it a Gerund Clause too).
But neither a Noun Phrase nor an Object Complement.
One of the most common uses of the V+ing Clauses is to talk about 2 things happening at the same time:
Ex. She went home crying.
Don't just stand there doing nothing.