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I've looked at a couple posts on here about Predicate Nouns, but I'm still in a dilemma.
What if there is a conjunction interrupting the sentence?

For example:

John faced embarrassment, ridicule, and torment, but he remained faithful to his morals.

Is "he" the predicate noun?
Or aren't there any predicate nouns in this sentence?

Thanks in advance.
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ANon:
What you have here is a sentence with two main clauses.
It has 2 subjects (John, he) and 2 verbs (faced, remained).
The 2 clauses are joined by the conjunction "but"
Here are examples of predicate nouns:
John is a manager.
The predicate noun is "manager".
Mary used to be our baby-sitter.
The predicate noun is "baby-sitter"
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Thanks! That helps a lot!

I guess I was making it more complicated than need be.

Thanks again!