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If the adjective does not precede the noun, it takes no ending! This happens when the adjective follows verbs like (sein, werden [=to become] and bleiben [=to stay] ) as in the examples below. Adjectives following the verbs sein, werden and bleiben are called predicate adjectives, as opposed to attributive adjectives, which precede the noun they describe and take adjective endings.
Examples of predicate adjectives: Das Bett ist warm. Der Mann wird alt. Michigan bleibt [=stays] kalt.
when the main verb is sein or werden, use the nominative for both subject and predicate nouns
When the main verb is sein or werden, use the nominative for both subject and predicate nouns:
Here is sein the main verb:
This page can help you: http://www.nthuleen.com/102/hausaufgaben/explnomakkdat.html