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    Default Direct Objective, Predicate Nominative, Predicate Adjective

    Please identify Direct Object, Predicate Nominative, and Predicate Adjective for these sentences:

    Is that my hockey stick?

    She will be my aunt.

    Charlie is very smart.

    Please give me that book.

    She hit the ballut of the ballpark.

    I am struggling to understand the difference. Thank you!

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    Default Re: Direct Objective, Predicate Nominative, Predicate Adjective

    Quote Originally Posted by alyssabc View Post
    Please identify Direct Object(DO), Predicate Nominative(PN), and Predicate Adjective(PA) for these sentences:

    Is that my hockey stick?(PN)

    She will be my aunt.(PN)

    Charlie is very smart.(PA)

    Please give me that book.(DO)

    She hit the ballut of the ballpark.(DO)

    I am struggling to understand the difference. Thank you!
    (Not a teacher)

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    Default Re: Direct Objective, Predicate Nominative, Predicate Adjective

    Thank you so much

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