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Predicate-Nominatives

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Circle the predicate nominative in each of the sentences. Richard thinks he is a skilled musician. The subject of the class will be photography. This book is not an accurate source. Next Friday will be Halloween. This egg will become a chicken. This swamp will soon be an attractive recreation area. Last month was July. This area is known as Grant Park. This tie feels just like silk. Travis will grow up to be president. Her mother is a successful entrepreneur. My bathroom smells like rotten eggs! Rajiv is not a trustworthy borrower. This tower is an iron structure. Greg is the best speller in class. Travis called you a liar! My bed is the bottom bunk.

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Circle the predicate nominative in each of the sentences. Richard thinks he is a skilled musician. The subject of the class will be photography. This book is not an accurate source. Next Friday will be Halloween. This egg will become a chicken. This swamp will soon be an attractive recreation area. Last month was July. This area is known as Grant Park. This tie feels just like silk. Travis will grow up to be president. Her mother is a successful entrepreneur. My bathroom smells like rotten eggs! Rajiv is not a trustworthy borrower. This tower is an iron structure. Greg is the best speller in class. Travis called you a liar! My bed is the bottom bunk.

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