27 Jun, 2021 02:15 PM

What is a Predicate Nominative?

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27 Jun, 2021 02:16 PM

A predicate nominative is a noun found after a linking verb that renames the subject. It is only found with a linking verb - not with action verbs.

Billy is a boy. "Billy" is the subject, "is" is a linking verb, and "boy" is the predicate nominative - it is found after the linking verb and renames the subject (Billy).