Recognize the use of predicate-nominatives in sentences

A predicate nominative is a noun or pronoun that follows a linking verb to further specify, describe or rename the sentence’s subject noun. For example, in my car is a Honda,, the word car is the subject noun being renamed, is is the linking verb, and Honda is the predicate nominative. This worksheet presents a set of sentences that use predicate nominatives and asks the student to identify them.