by Sophia P.
On Monday our school celebrated Veteran’s Day. Veteran’s Day is a day people are supposed to honor and thank all veterans who served or didn’t survive the wars. Those people had to make some very tough decisions–either life or death. To stay with their families or to go fight for America’s freedom, for peace. Of everything they went through, the least we can do is honor them on Veteran’s Day. There is no “most” we can do though.
Throughout this week, language class has been fairly interesting. Our class has been learning about complements. A complement is a word or word group that completes the meaning of a verb. Complements are separated into different categories: predicate nominatives and predicate adjectives. The difference between them is quite obvious. Predicate nominatives are nouns while predicate adjectives are adjectives. Since we have a great teacher who teaches well now we have a good understanding of how to identify complements in a sentence!