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WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES CONTAINS A WORD THAT'S USED AS A PREDICATE ADJECTIVE?
1. JERRY LOOKS AT THE MAP
2. JERRY LOOKS ILL TODAY.
3. JERRY LOOKS IN THE MICROSCOPE.
4. JERRY LOOKS DISDAINFULLY AT THE PILE OF LAUNDRY.

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    number 4

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    In #4, "disdainfully" is an adverb.

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    A predicate adjective would be a word that describes the subject "Jerry" Which of these would do that:

    "at the map", "ill", "in the microscope"

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