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Subject and Predicate

Subject Predicate Lesson - Elementary Sentence Lessons & Tests - My Schoolhouse - Online Learning
 

Every sentence has a complete subject and complete predicate.

The complete subject tells whom or what the sentence is about.  For example; The house, The red car, or The great teacher.

The complete predicate tells what the subject is or does.  For example;  (The house) is white, (The red car) is fast, or (The great teacher) likes students.

The house is white.
The car is blue.
The teacher likes students.

Look at the sentences below.  Tell whether the blue colored part of the sentence is the complete subject, complete predicate, or neither.

 

The horse ran in the field.

Subject Predicate Neither

The people in the house are having a party.

Subject Predicate Neither

Mom asked me to go to the store.

Subject Predicate Neither

The U. S. President spoke to the American people.

Subject Predicate Neither

Jose rode her bike to school.

Subject Predicate Neither

The students of Kennedy School watched the presentation by the jugglers.

Subject Predicate Neither

Melanie's mother drove her to the doctor in Chicago.

Subject Predicate Neither

The defensive tackle of the Chicago Bears missed the running back as he ran by him.

Subject Predicate Neither

Joseph's brother bought a new car.

Subject Predicate Neither

Allison likes to play volleyball.

Subject Predicate Neither

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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