Sometimes Called the Simple Predicate?

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The verb is sometimes called the simple predicate. In the case the simple subject is 'pen', the simple predicate would be 'is.' The simple predicate is the combination of verb and helping word.
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First, the "predicate" is just another name for the verb, the word that shows the action in a sentence. Every sentence needs a subject (the person, place or thing doing
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The simple predicate in a sentence is also known as the verb or verbs.
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The simple subject would be "dog" The simple predicate is simply "is" The simple predicate is always just the verb. The complete predicate is everything after
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