Subject Complements
Subject Complement Definition
A subject complement is a noun, adjective, or pronoun that follows a linking verb to describe or rename the subject. The three types of subject complements are called predicate nouns, predicate adjectives, and predicate pronouns.
Example of a Subject Complement

Some examples of subject complements would be the following:

Burns is my soccer coach. (“is” = linking verb; “coach” = predicate noun)

My famous macaroni and cheese is extra creamy. (“is” = linking verb; “creamy” = predicate adjective)

The winner of the talent show is she. (“is” = linking verb; “she” = predicate pronoun)

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