saeed.reichert
  • saeed.reichert
Which word in the sentence is the predicate nominative? Her pet is a moody gray cat. A. cat B. moody C. pet D. gray
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A predicate nominative is a is a noun (and can be a pronoun too, like she or him) that comes after the verb and renames the subject. Examples (predicate nominative is in all capital letters): My coach is a very fair MAN. Aimie was the GIRL who took care of me. So, where is the subject renamed here? I'll give a hint - the subject is "pet".
saeed.reichert
  • saeed.reichert
cat
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, good job. The predicate nominative is "cat".

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