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Predicate (grammar): Quiz

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Question 1: When an i-l predicate occurs in ________, it gives rise to what is called a "lifetime effect": The subject must be assumed to be dead or otherwise gone out of existence.
Niger-Congo languagesGrammatical genderGrammatical aspectPast tense

Question 2: This notion is closely related to the notion of a predicate in formal logic, which includes more expressions than the former one, like, for example, nouns and some kinds of ________.
Preposition and postpositionAdverbVerbAdjective

Question 3: The subject and predicate nominal must be connected by a ________, also called a copula.
AdverbDemonstrativePreposition and postpositionCopula (linguistics)

Question 4: ________ differ with respect to whether or not they can be the subject of a collective predicate.
First-order logicQuantificationPropositional calculusAmbiguity

Question 5: The subject and predicate adjective must be connected by a ________, also called copula.
AdverbCopula (linguistics)DemonstrativePreposition and postposition

Question 6: In traditional ________, predicate is one of the two main parts of a sentence (the other being the subject, which the predicate modifies).
Preposition and postpositionEnglish verbsEnglish grammarEnglish compound

Question 7: Ben's mother, Felicity, gave me a present. (indirect object without a ________)
Preposition and postpositionInfinitiveCopula (linguistics)Noun

Question 8: In traditional ________, a predicate is one of the two main parts of a sentence (the other being the subject, which the predicate modifies).
SyntaxGenerative grammarLanguage educationGrammar







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