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what are objective predicate

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Answered by Anonymous
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what are objective predicate?

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In English grammar, an object predicative is an adjective, noun phrase, or prepositional phrase that qualifies, describes, or renames the object that appears before it. Also called an object predicate, object attribute, and objective predicative complement.

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IN ENGLISH GRAMMAR,AN OBJECT PREDICATIVE IS AN ADJECTIVE, NOUN PHRASE, OR PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE THAT QUALIFIES, DESCRIBES OR RENAMES THE OBJECT THAT APPEARS BEFORE IT. ALSO CALLED AN OBJECT PREDICATE. OBJECT ATTRIBUTE AND OBJECTIVE PREDICATIVE COMPLEMENT

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