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 predicate noun

8/6/2011

predicate  noun

predicate noun


predicate  noun

predicate noun


predicate  noun

predicate noun


predicate  noun

predicate noun


predicate  noun

predicate noun


predicate  noun

predicate noun


predicate  noun

predicate noun


predicate  noun

predicate noun


predicate  noun

predicate noun


predicate  noun

predicate noun


A predicate noun follows a form of the verb "to be". He is an idiot. (Here idiot is a predicate noun because it follows is; a form of the verb "be".) Remember that the predicate noun will rename the subject. The predicate adjective will describe the subject. Study the examples below. A predicate noun or Adjectives and Articles question: How can you identify a predicate noun ? Answer1 . A predicate noun precedes a form of the verb to be.A predicate noun is also called a predicate nominative. A predicate noun has a dual function in a sentence. Following is an explanation of the predicate 5 Jan 2004 A predicate noun is a noun (or noun phrase ) that is used to predicate a description or identification of the subject .
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