Predicate Nouns and Predicate Adjectives
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A Predicate Noun is a noun that follows linking verb.

Laurie is a dancer.
Mr. Frost is the director

A Predicate Adjective is an adjective that follows a linking verb.

Scott seemed tall
Oranges are juicy


Tell wether the underlined word is a predicate noun or a predicate adjective.

1. The play is a comedy.

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2. The play appears difficult.

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3. The script seems long.

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4. The theater is full.

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5. The director appears angry.

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6. Anthony is the hero.

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7. He is brave.

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8. Jennifer is the princess.

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9. She seems calm.

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10. I am nervous.

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11. This costume is strange.

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12. Sandra's costume is funny.

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13. She is a clown.

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14. Mike's costume was big.

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15. The sleeves seemed long.

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16. The audience seemed quiet.

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17. The lights are bright..

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18. The actors are students.

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19. The curtain is blue.

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20. Chris is the announcer.

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21. She seems confident.

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22. The play is slow.

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