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Decide if the underlined (in parentheses) pronoun in the sentences below is used as a subject, a predicate nominative, or an appositive.

Both Ben and (he) will graduate at the same time.

(my answer)subject
predicate nominative
appositive

The driver of that station was (she).

subject
(my answer)predicate nominative
appositive

The customers at the passenger window were Sol and (he).

(my answer)subject
predicate nominative
appositive

Really unsure about these :/ Thanks for your help :)

  • English-Grammar - ,

    The first two are correct.

    Remember that, in normal English word order, subjects come before the verb and predicate nominatives come after.

  • English-Grammar - ,

    So the third one is "predicate nominative"?

  • English-Grammar - ,

    Yes, right.

  • English-Grammar - ,

    Thanks :)

  • English-Grammar - ,

    YW!! =)

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