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Identify the "italicized" part of the sentence. The birthday cake that Uncle Jake made was "delicious"! subject predicate direct object indirect object predicate noun predicate adjective
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User: Identify the "italicized" part of the sentence. The birthday cake that Uncle Jake made was "delicious"! subject predicate direct object indirect object predicate noun predicate adjective

Weegy: I can't see the italicized part. Please say me it.
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The birthday cake that Uncle Jake made was "delicious"!
"Delicious" is a PREDICATE ADJECTIVE.
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