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Predicate NominativesLinking Verbs Predicate Nominatives
Review 2 Part Definition of a Linking Verb: NO action!Links the subject to something Predicate Nominative Predicate Adjective
Predicate Nominative Definition:A noun or pronoun that renames the subject of the sentence
Examples Mrs. Nardi is my teacher. Adey appears a good dancer. PN PNOk, let’s get started… Mrs. Nardi is my teacher. Adey appears a good dancer. PN PN
Double check predicate nominatives.TIP Double check predicate nominatives.
Replace the linking verb with the correct form of “be”Step 1 Replace the linking verb with the correct form of “be”
Step 1 Example: Adey appears a good dancer. Adey is a good dancer.
Step 2 Invert the sentence.
Step 2 Example: Adey is a good dancer. A good dancer is Adey.
Practice The tree is an evergreen. Small children grow tall.Schools remain buildings. Some fruits are apples and oranges.
Sentences CAN have compound predicate nominatives.TIP Sentences CAN have compound predicate nominatives.
Compound Predicate NominativesExample: Some students in 5th period are Jacob and Grant. I’m really tall.
Step 1 Some students in 5th period are Jacob and Grant.
Step 2 Jacob and Grant are some students in 5th period.Some students in 5th period are Jacob and Grant. Jacob and Grant are some students in 5th period.
TIP To check an interrogative sentence (a question), you must add another step.
Change the question into a statement.Step ? Change the question into a statement.
Step ? Example: Are you a basketball player?You are a basketball player.
Step 1 You are a basketball player.
Step 2 You are a basketball player. A basketball player is you.
Practice Is banana crème a type of pie?Are Tyler and Olivia the best math students?
Nouns as Subjects S Verb D.O..
Verbals and Verb Phrases
Predicate Adjectives and Predicate Nominatives
Dinosaur Ghosts Writing & Grammar Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Being Verbs and Linking Verbs.
that is a very loud boat something must be wrong with it
Subject complements - a noun, pronoun, or an adjective that completes the meaning of a linking verb - there are two types: predicate adjective and predicate.
00 FINDING COMPLEMENTS First find the verb and label it action or linking.
Linking Verbs The great equal sign of sentences!
Linking Verbs 2 nd Grade Linking Verbs Let’s Review Action verbs tell us what the subject is doing Action verbs sometimes have objects that receive.
Predicate Nominatives. A predicate nominative is a noun (naming word) or a pronoun (a word used in place of a noun) that is the same as the subject of.
Predicate Nominative. Predicate Nominative: noun(s) or pronoun(s) in the predicate that identifies the subject. **Always follows linking verb. **Look.
Pronouns!. What’s a Pronoun? Have you ever wondered where pronouns came from in the first place? Probably not! We seem to take these little words for.
A noun is a word or word group that names a person, place, thing. Quality, idea or action.
Click the globe beside the matching definition.
Valerie Maddie Chase Importance or Predicate Nouns o Without Predicate nouns, our daily grammar would be very useless and also uneducated o People.
Linking Verbs The great equals sign of sentences.
Linking Verbs. Linking verb… Connects the subject of a sentence with a noun or adjective in the predicate. –Am, is, are, was, were, be, being, been –Become,
V = verb: in this case, a linking verb S = subject: noun or pronoun performing the action PN = predicate nominatives: comes after a linking verb.
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