Predicate Nominatives & Predicate Adjectives

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A word that comes after a LINKING VERB and tells more about the subject. Subject Complements There are two kinds: Predicate Nominatives (noun) Predicate Adjectives

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Predicate Nominatives Noun or Pronoun Comes after a LINKING VERB Identifies the subject or refers to it. Mr. Richards is the mayor. L.V. P.N.

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Predicate Nominative vs. Direct Object Alice was a crazy cat. Alice captured a crazy cat. d.o. p.n. l.v. a.v.

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ADJECTIVE in the predicate of a sentence Comes after a LINKING VERB Describes the subject Predicate Adjective The cat is crazy! L.V. P.A.

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Predicate Nominatives & Predicate Adjectives can be COMPOUND (more than 1) Whales are mammals and my friends. P.N. P.N.

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Predicate Nominatives & Predicate Adjectives can be COMPOUND The clown was funny and a friend to all. P.N. P.A.

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Sophie is my closest friend. Botany is the study of plants. The flag became a national symbol. The lead actress in the movie was Reese Witherspoon. Sixth period was a good example of behavior. find the predicate nominative

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Sophie is my closest friend. Botany is the study of plants. The flag became a national symbol. The lead actress in the movie was Reese Witherspoon. Sixth period was a good example of behavior. find the predicate nominative

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find the predicate adjective The gardener grew more tired. The food at In-n-Out is absolutely fantastic! After eating there, my whole family felt very full and satisfied. You look good! Are you frustrated with my attitude?

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find the predicate adjective The gardener grew more tired. The food at In-n-Out is absolutely fantastic! After eating there, my whole family felt very full and satisfied. You look good! Are you frustrated with my attitude?

Predicate Nominative or Predicate Adjective? : 

Predicate Nominative or Predicate Adjective? You are the one who called me. The present felt light. Your dog smells very stinky. My first name is Laura.

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Predicate Nominative or Predicate Adjective? You are the one who called me. The present felt light. Your dog smells very stinky. My first name is Laura. P.N. P.N. P.A. P.A.

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Predicate Nominative or Direct Object? Sam left his job last Tuesday. He was an accountant. Sam’s wife’s name is Madeline. Madeline brought Sam a bouquet of roses.

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Predicate Nominative or Direct Object? Sam left his job last Tuesday. He was an accountant. Sam’s wife’s name is Madeline. Madeline brought Sam a bouquet of roses. P.N. P.N. D.O. D.O. A.V. A.V. L.V. L.V.