Could you identify parts of the sentence in "What day is it today?"

I mean: subject, object, predicate and others.

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    Seems like homework. What are your thoughts? Aug 19, 2018 at 22:11
  • No, it is not...
    – user1425
    Aug 20, 2018 at 13:09

1 Answer 1


The related statement:

It is Monday today

Has structure Subject verb complement adverb-of-time

Inverted in the question:

[What day] is it today?

Complement verb subject adverb-of-time.

Compare with:

What character am I today?

and see that the subject pronoun "I" is used, not "me"

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