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    Default direct objects, Predicate Adjective, predicate Nominative,

    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.

    thank you so much

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    Default Re: direct objects, Predicate Adjective, predicate Nominative,

    Quote Originally Posted by alyssabc View Post
    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 ball out of the ballpark.
    First, state which terms you think apply to which words or phrases in the sentences.

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