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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Another name for predicate is verb, and a complete predicate tells what is said or being said about the subject and completes the sentence. Complete predicates include the verb or
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The complete predicate is The part of the sentence that
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Complete predicates of a sentence start with the verb and the rest of the sentence that follows. 1. sweep them out to sea. 2. drift into the ship lanes in the North Atlantic. 3. hides
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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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