When we unscrew a sentence ... it to Gene Moutoux, my diagramming guru. Gene came through, as always, like the Louisville gentleman he is, with pennants flying: The x’s denote the unexpressed but implied predicate nominative “the place.”
A Muslim Perspective on Love
It’s not necessary for me to go into a ‘million and one’ reasons why as Muslim members of the Nation of Islam, we do not celebrate ... is either a predicate nominative or a predicate adjective. So, you can reverse the sentence, and say, “Love ...
It Is I And I Am They And We Are All Together
Of course, you probably knew that it was just a typo. We do know it should have been ''seem'' and not ''seems.'' But we did use the predicate nominative correctly in that sentence above, didn't we? ''Was it just I,'' that one - ''I'' is the predicate ...
Nominative and Accusative Cases in New Testament Greek
We will be able to determine which words are in the nominative case by their case ending(the ending which distinguishes the case of the word). ACCUSATIVE CASE - Accusative case indicates the direct object in the sentence. "The boy threw the ball to him ...
He Who Would Correct Grammar Had Better Be Right
Last Saturday, Irv Elman wrote to criticize as ungrammatical the following sentence used by Michael Phillips ... It was tough love, but I know a predicate nominative when I see one. Please do not undermine the efforts of English teachers to uphold the ...