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Monday, 20 October 2014

PREDICATE ADJECTIVES

PREDICATE ADJECTIVES
When an adjective follows a Linking Verb such as feel, become, seem, get, is, look, and smell, the word complements the verb and is known as a Predicate Adjective. The adjective doesn’t modify the verb but refers to the condition of the subject.
Example:
- She looks beautiful.
- He seems ill. Is he all right?

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