anonymous
  • anonymous
Which word in the sentence is a predicate nominative? An Oscar is given for the best movie, but a Maggie is the award for the best magazine. A. movie B. magazine C. Maggie D. award
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@mathmale
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hlp
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  • anonymous
Which word in the sentence is a predicate nominative? The quarterback of the team will become the captain after this season. A. team B. season C. quarterback D. captain
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  • anonymous
Which word in the sentence is a predicate adjective? A ripe melon should be heavy and should have a sweet and pleasant smell. A. pleasing B. heavy C. smell D. sweet
anonymous
  • anonymous
i believe its C. smell
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok...... thx
anonymous
  • anonymous
i could be wrong tho, im just starting this stuff myself haha
anonymous
  • anonymous
@AlexandervonHumboldt2
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer is D.award because it is redefining Maggie
anonymous
  • anonymous
and Maggie is the noun
mathmale
  • mathmale
happy to be of help, but I noticed you got help with the definition of "predicate nominative" about 20 minutes ago. I'd suggest you make certain you understand what "predicate nominative" means, and then apply that to further questions, instead of asking others to check your work for you.
JessicaHW
  • JessicaHW
D. A predicate nominative names a subject already established earlier in the sentence. In the 2nd clause of the sentence, "Maggie" would be the subject, and "award" would be the predicate nominative because it renames "Maggie" as the name of an award.
JessicaHW
  • JessicaHW
And - "captain" renames "quarterback" so "captain" is the predicate nominative. Predicate adjective describes something earlier named, so "heavy" describes "melon" because the "melon should be heavy", so "heavy" is the predicate adjective
Roku
  • Roku
1)D 2)D 3)unsure but i think its A or (heavy sweet and pleasant)

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