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    #1

    Thumbs down help me!

    Where is a compound nominal predicate in the sentence:

    "This is my friend"


    • Join Date: May 2006
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    #2

    Re: help me!

    Hi,
    It's is my friend.
    Cheers

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    #3

    Thumbs down Re: help me!

    Is it a true that a compound nominal predicate can be combined as an auxiliary verb 'to be' and an ajective? I don't believe that. I have seen it with numerals, pronouns and conjunctions. What am I wrong in?


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    #4

    Re: help me!

    Right, the nominal part can be an adjective or a noun.

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