Now that you have learnt the different parts of a speech, it is time to look at deeper into that makes a sentence and understand two important aspects of a sentence: Subject & Predicate.
Basically Subject part of the sentence contains all words that tell WHO and WHAT the Subject is and Predicate part of the sentence includes all words that state the ACTION or CONDITION of the Subject.
Most Politicians are corrupt.
Predicate: Most Politicians are corrupt.
For more exercises in testing your ability to identify subjects and predicates, you can try the Simple Subjects and Predicates worksheet from the site.
For more understanding of the concept, you can also try out Sentence Fragments Worksheet where you can find suitable Subjects or Predicates for a fragment.
Identify the Predicate: The king and all his men…….
There are some different types of sentences: Commands and Questions. And it is difficult to test the completeness of such sentences.
Please give me a ride to the temple.
In the example above the subject (you) is understood and not explicitly told.
You can try the Commands and Questions worksheet to identify the Subjects and Predicates of such difficult sentences.
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