About this Sentence Structure Activity:
What is a predicate adjective? A predicate adjective is a subject complement, a word or group of words that follows a linking verb or verb phrase such as: is, am, were, smell, feel, taste, look, sound, have been, did seem. This type of adjective helps describe the subject(s) in a sentence by giving more information about characteristics such as the subjects’ appearances and feelings. Students will be asked complete this printable activity by reading through the given sentences and circle the number of each sentence that has a predicate adjective. This sentence structure activity is ideal for 3rd – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate. Download and print the PDF by clicking the link below.