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Identify the italicized part of the sentence. The main event WILL BE A MEMORY CONTEST
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Asked 10/9/2012 1:09:44 PM
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The main event WILL BE A MEMORY CONTEST.
Will be a memory contest is the complete predicate.
Contest is the predicate nominative.
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