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Predicative expression
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A predicative expression is part of a clause predicate, and is an expression that typically follows a copula, e.g. be, seem, appear, or that appears as a second complement of a certain type of verb, e.g. call, make, name, etc. Wikipedia
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A predicative expression is part of a clause predicate, and is an expression that typically follows a copula, e.g. be, seem, appear, or that appears as a second complement of a certain type of verb, e.g. call, make, name, etc. Wikipedia
Part of a clause predicate Wikidata