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Q: Identify the subject, verb, predicate nominative, and predicate adjective in the sentence below. Choose "none" for any of these elements not present in the sentence. - (Mr. Gonzales is a very capable
teacher.)
A: Mr. Gonzales is a very capable teacher. Subject: Mr. Gonzales Predicate: is Predicate Nominative: Teacher Predicate adjective: None
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Mr. Gonzales is a very capable teacher.
Subject: Mr. Gonzales
Predicate: is
Predicate Nominative: Teacher
Predicate adjective: None
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