Nouns can have several different jobs in sentences. As a subject, the noun tells whom or what the sentence is about.
As a complement, the noun completes the meaning of a verb. Nouns that are complements may be
predicate nouns, direct objects, or indirect objects.
A noun also may be used as an object of the preposition.
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Go to the following link. Choose the word that is the predicate nominative on the flashcard, then click 'flip' to see if you are right. Click on the arrow under the flashcard to go to the next card.
Source: Ms. Mendoza Predicate Nominative
Look at the following powerpoint on objects of prepositions.
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