College English 101

In the following sentence I have to put either (Direct Object, Indirect Object, Objective Complement, Predicate Noun, or Predicate Adjective) for the underlined word. I had 15 of these to do, and I think I understand them, but would like some reassurance. 1. The speaker appeared unusually nervous. (nervous) is the word I have to diagram. I put (PA).

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