I remembered him singing.

I wonder if the sentence above is 'S V O' or 'S V O C' sturucture.

In the former case, singing might be objective in the gerund form and 'him' is its subject.

In the latter case, singing might be the present participle.

Please answer this question.


My method of analysis may be different from yours. Take that into account.

I would analyze the sentence thus:

I remembered [ him singing ].
S .......... V ........ [ .. S ..... V ..... ].

The embedded clause is a non-finite clause of the gerund type.

This is also called a catenative construction, i.e., a combination of two verbs.