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A Predicate Noun or Adjective after the copula sum or a copulative verb is in the same case as the Subject: -

a. A predicate noun referring to two or more singular nouns is in the plural: -

b. Sum in the sense of exist makes a complete predicate without a predicate noun or adjective. It is then called the substantive verb: -

For Predicate Accusative and Predicate Ablative, see §§ 392, 415. N.