anonymous
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Which word or words in the sentence are the predicate nominative? Marie Curie must have been a very determined scientist. A. must B. determined C. Marie Curie D. scientist
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anonymous
  • anonymous
will medal
anonymous
  • anonymous
A predicate nominative is a noun that is related to the subject and is usually joined with a linking verb. Can you tell me what the subject is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
scientist

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The subject is typically near the beginning of the sentence, and it tells us who or what the sentence is about.
anonymous
  • anonymous
c
anonymous
  • anonymous
Marie Curie is your subject. Now, to find the PN you must find the noun that relates to this subject.
anonymous
  • anonymous
isnt that scientist
anonymous
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Yes, scientist is the PN.

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