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  • one year ago

What kind of complement is the underlined word? The speaker sounded hoarse after talking for a few hours. A. direct object B. predicate nominative C. predicate adjective D. indirect object Please help i cant get any wrong :(

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  1. anonymous
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    whats underlined

  2. anonymous
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    hoarse

  3. anonymous
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    well its not a direct object

  4. anonymous
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    Theirs like 60 questions and i cant really miss any O-O

  5. anonymous
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    Ya i think its B or C

  6. anonymous
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    oh im taking a test with 50 and i cant retry it

  7. anonymous
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    yes its either b or c hold on

  8. anonymous
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    Ya same It say u can not retake this test

  9. anonymous
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    Okay

  10. anonymous
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    hoarse [hawrs, hohrs] Spell Syllables Synonyms Examples Word Origin adjective, hoarser, hoarsest. 1. having a vocal tone characterized by weakness of intensity and excessive breathiness; husky: the hoarse voice of the auctioneer. 2. having a raucous voice. 3. making a harsh, low sound. ♫Thats the def♫

  11. anonymous
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    A predicate adjective modifies the subject of the sentence, and is connected to the subject by a linking verb. In the sentence "The wall is purple," the subject is "wall," the predicate adjective is "purple" and the linking verb is "is."

  12. anonymous
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    The predicate nominative is the noun following a linking verb that restates or stands for the subject.

  13. anonymous
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    Okay thanks now we need to find what hoarse is

  14. anonymous
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    Okay i say C

  15. anonymous
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    i think its a pred adjective because it describes how the subject feels

  16. anonymous
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    or sounds

  17. anonymous
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    so probaly c

  18. anonymous
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    Ya come to think of it , i think so too This is the def of Hoarse hoarse [hawrs, hohrs] Spell Syllables Synonyms Examples Word Origin adjective, hoarser, hoarsest. 1. having a vocal tone characterized by weakness of intensity and excessive breathiness; husky: the hoarse voice of the auctioneer. 2. having a raucous voice. 3. making a harsh, low sound.

  19. anonymous
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    yep it makes sense

  20. anonymous
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    Oh ya i thought C too :3 i thought u ment B but i look and read the sentence and i didnt think it woulb be B

  21. anonymous
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    So its C :3

  22. anonymous
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    yes

  23. anonymous
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    Okay thank you soo much♥

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