I was reading the article "Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking" by Yael Shadmi and Yuri Shirman. In particular i was studing the relation between the presence of a global continus spontaneusly broken symmetry and SUSY breaking. All it's clear, except for this statement (on page 28-29):
"If the global symmetry is spontaneously broken, there is a massless scalar field, the Goldstone boson, with no potential. With unbroken supersymmetry, the Goldstone boson is part of a chiral supermultiplet that contains an additional massless scalar, again with no potential. ... "
I don't get who is the scalar companion of the Goldstone boson: if i think of the simple N=1 susy the massless chiral supermultiplet contains only one scalar and one Weyl Fermion.