Language Arts Noun Usage Rules

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Subject

The subject is the noun or pronoun that is doing the acion verb. Subjects and verbs are the building blocks of sentences.

Direct Object

A direct object is a noun or pronoun that receives the action verb

Indirect Object

An indirect object is a noun or pronoun that indirectly receives, or is affected by, the action of a verb

Predicate Noun

A predicate noun is a noun or pronoun that comes after a linking verb and renames the subject

Appositive

An appositive is a noun or pronoun that comes directly after another noun or pronoun and renames the noun or pronoun

Object of the Preposition

Noun or pronoun that that the prep phrase refers to

Predicate Adjective

An adjective that comes after a linking verb and discribes or limits the subject

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