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Exercise 9. Point out the predicative and say by what it is expressed.
1. Annette was completely dazed. (Murdoch) 2. Their highest concept of right conduct, in his case, was to get a job. (London) 3. I'm five foot eleven in my socks. (Braine) 4. Sally, herself, was quite content for a while to enjoy becoming acquainted with her son, washing and feeding him, taking him for walks in thej bush, singing him to sleep. (Prichard) 5. Mr. de Morfe was as; generous and hail-fellow-well-met with them as ever.' (Prichard)\ 6. I am cold. And I always was such a one for being warm.» (Mansfield) 7. Your resemblance to your mother is very striking.] (Murdoch) 8. He did not answer. I was aware again of that feeling] of discomfort. (Du Maurier) 9. I hated myself. My question had been degrading, shameful. (Du Maurier) 10. Their interests were' hers as well as the interests of everybody. (Prichard) 11. He's a good chap. He makes you feel it's worth while being alive. I (Lindsay) 12. Arrived here, his first act was to kneel down on a| large stone beside the row of vessels, and to drink a copious draught from one of them. (Lindsay) 13. Either course seemed unthinkable, without any connection with himself. (Lindsay) 14. The nightmare of my life has come true. We are in danger of our lives. We are white people in a Chinese city. (Buck) 15. The best thing is for you to move in with me and let the young lady stay with your mother. (Abrahams) 16. But she was herself again, brushing her tears away. (Lindsay) 17. The rest of the time was yours. (Douglas) 18. How do you feel physically? (Ch. Bronte] 19. Who are you? (Shaw) 20. The Irish are a philosophic as well as a practical race. Their first and strongest impulse is to make the best of a bad situation. (Dreiser)
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