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How do you find a predicate pronoun?

How do you find a predicate pronoun?

Follows a linking verb and identifies the subject. Predicate pronouns will always have the same form whether they are used as direct, indirect, or prepositional objects. The forms are: “me”, “you”, “it”, “him”, “her”, “us”, “them.”

What is a predicate and how can you identify one?

A predicate is the part of a sentence, or a clause, that tells what the subject is doing or what the subject is. Let’s take the same sentence from before: “The cat is sleeping in the sun.” The clause sleeping in the sun is the predicate; it’s dictating what the cat is doing.

What is a predicate pronoun in a sentence?

A predicate pronoun is a pronoun that follows a linking verb and identifies the subject of a verb in a sentence.

What is the difference between a predicate noun and a predicate pronoun?

The predicate nominative (or predicate noun) is the noun or pronoun that comes after a linking verb. It renames the subject of the sentence. One way to see if a sentence includes a predicate nominative is to substitute the verb with the word equals.

Are Reported speech and indirect speech the same?

There is no difference between reported speech and indirect speech. Both are same.

What is the indirect speech of now?

Time words

direct speech reported speech
now then, at that time
today that day, on Sunday, yesterday
tonight that night, last night, on Sunday night
tomorrow the next day/ the following day, on Sunday, today

What is direction speech?

When you use direct speech, you repeat what someone has said using exactly the words they used: She said, “If it rains, I won’t go out.” is an example of the use of direct speech. Compare. indirect speech specialized. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.