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Nouns as Subjects S Verb D.O.. SUBJECT COMPLEMENTS complete the meaning of a LINKING VERB and name the same person, place or thing that is the subject.

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1 Nouns as Subjects S Verb D.O.

2 SUBJECT COMPLEMENTS complete the meaning of a LINKING VERB and name the same person, place or thing that is the subject.

3 LINKING VERBS AM IS ARE WAS WERE WILL BE SHALL BE HAVE BEEN HAS BEEN HAD BEEN

4 Formula: Subject + Linking Verb = Subject Complement S + LV = SC SSCLV

5 There are 3 Kinds of Subject Complements: 1. Predicate Nouns 2. Predicate Pronouns 3. Predicate Adjectives (Adjective Complements)

6 There are 3 Kinds of Subject Complements: 1. Predicate Nouns A Predicate Noun is a noun that is the same as the subject after a linking verb. The men from that country are doctors. 2. Predicate Pronouns A Predicate Pronoun is a pronoun that is the same as the subject after a linking verb. The man in the photo is he. 3. Predicate Adjectives (Adjective Complements) A Predicate Adjective is an adjective that describes the subject after a linking verb. The thief was tall.


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