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The simple subject is the main word or word group that tells whom or what the ...
The complete subject consists of all the words that tell whom or what a sentence
A sentence is a group of words that has a subject (doer of the action) and a
predicate ... Both the subject and the predicate may be one word or a group of
Jan 13, 2009 ... In fact, every complete sentence must have a subject and predicate. Today's ...
The predicate usually follows the subject in a sentence.
Sentence Structure: Subject and Predicate. ... The surest test of the complete
subject in a sentence is to turn a statement into a yes/no question. All men are ...
Understanding Subject and Predicate is the key to good sentence writing. The
subject of a complete sentence is who or what the sentence is about, and the ...
The predicate of a sentence is the part that modifies the subject in some way. ...
These sentences are very simple examples of what predicates are, since the ...
An example of a simple sentence where there is a noun for the subject and a
verb for the predicate is “Mary jogs.” Sometimes the subject is implied in a
A predicate describes the action performed by the subject of a sentence. In its
simplest form, a predicate consists of only a verb, a compound verb or a verb