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Subject vs. Predicate

A brief synopsis of subjects and predicates.

Susan Brand

on 7 October 2012

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What's the difference Subject and Predicate The big lion prowled in the field. A subject is the person, place or thing that a sentence is about. The kids were reading the book together. The predicate is the action that the person, place or thing is doing and, but, or

I like chicken and pizza.
We could go outside, but it's raining.
Should we play golf or tennis? Connect ideas with conjunction Lion is the simple subject. Always remember the simple subject is the ONE
WORD the sentence is about. The simple predicate is... were reading. The simple predicate is the action and the helping verbs if there are any. Helping verbs are words like:
be, am, is, are, was, were, have, has, had, would
should, could, might, must, may, will, shall,
can, do, does, did, being, been
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