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indentifying predicate nominatives and predicate adjectives in this sentence..

Do the strawberries on this vine look ripe to you?

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    Eliminating the prepositional phrases, we have the core of the sentence.

    strawberries look ripe

    What do you think is the subject complement? Is it a noun or an adjective?

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