"I guess Gilbert Blythe will be in school today," said Diana. "He's been visiting his cousins over in New Brunswick all summer and he only came home Saturday night. He's AW'FLY handsome, Anne. And he teases the girls something terrible. He just torments our lives out."
–– L. M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables
I guess something terrible has he as its predicand, and it is an adjunct that modifies the predicator, teases. Is this the right view for the structure?