What Is a Predicate Pronoun?

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Predicate pronoun is a word that is used to inplace of a subject nouns. It only appears after a linking verb. Examples of Predicate pronouns are: him, her, they and you.
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A simple sentence has two or three components. "Mary ran, is a two-part sentence consisting of a noun, or subject (Mary) and a verb, or predicate (ran) "Mary ran home"
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Me, myself, and I are possessive pronouns
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it is a connection between the subject and the predicate which form a predicative line.
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To predicate something of a subject or subjects is to describe it or them as having some property or as standing in some relation. A temptation is to think of a predicate as itself
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