What are some complete predicate examples?

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A complete predicate is the part telling what is said about the subject in a sentence.
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A predicate, or complete predicate, is a portion of a clause or sentence, excluding the subject, that expresses something about the subject.
In the sentence "the book is on the table", the predicate is "on the table."
A complete predicate refers to all of the words in a sentence that tell what the subject does. A complete predicate comprises the verb and all the accompanying modifiers and other words that receive the action of a transitive verb or complete its meaning.
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