I am having a hard time distinguishing predicate nominatives, predicate adjectives, and object of preposition. I need a couple good examples and good ways to determine if it is a Predicate nominative, predicate adjective, or object of prepoistion.

Mark K.
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Hi anonymous person,
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Jerry is the winner. P. N.

Jerry is famous.  P.A.

Jerry is the famous winner. P.N.
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hey you just need to find th object
oh now i get it! here is my very own example:

In 1868, Moreno became president again. President is the predicate nominaitive.

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yes, but how do you find a predicate adjective? i need to know - i have a paper due tomorrow =]
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Look for an adjective after the linking verb-- that is probably it.
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so a predicate adjective is something that describes the subject??
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