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"Western Canada also gives us the part of the Kwakiutl Indians."
direct object
indirect object
predicate nominative
predicate adjective
Choose the answer that correctly identifies the underlined word. (us)

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    predicate adjective

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    No.
    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/index2.htm
    Use this index to look up each of the terms and then re-think.

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    predicate nominative

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