You are tired?
Yes, the word tired can be a predicate nominative when it 'renames' the subject. Predicate nominatives follow a 'linking' verb. Examples: Mary is tired. (Mary = tired) Mary became tired. (Mary > tired) They were tired. (They = tired) When used with a non-linking verb, tired is not a predicate nominative. Examples: That dog is a tired old thing. (tired is an adjective modifying the object or the sentence) The tired kids were ready for…
It's not surprising that she looks tired, she has a brand new baby! After running the marathon, he didn't look tired, only energized. If Cameron looks tired, she won't want to have her picture taken. When mom looks tired, she puts on a little extra makeup. Grandma looks tired and she needs to take a nap.