In this sentence: " This is an adventure to me" /an adventure to me/ is the subject complement. I'd like to know the function of " to me" . Is it a post modifier of " adventure"? Or is it a prep. object? ( which seems improbable since the verb in the sentence is intransitive) Thanks!
The object of this sentence is an adventure. The subject is this. To me is a prepositional phrase with me as its object, and it relates to the verb to be. To illustrate, it might be re-written:
To me, this is an adventure.
It means that the speaker considers this (whatever that might be) an adventure, but recognises that others may not.