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Complete Subject and Predicate

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paige hocking

on 9 September 2013

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Transcript of Complete Subject and Predicate

Complete Subject and Predicate
*A complete subject tell whom or what the sentence is about.
*The complete predicate concludes the verb and the words related to it. It tells what the subject did or is.
By: Paige and Rebecca
Complete Subject
-
The study of small insects
is a hobby of mine
Complete Predicate
-The ugly man with the wart on his nose
ran.
-The man
combed his hair with a rake.
*The complete subject includes a noun or a pronoun and the words that describe it.
*The predicate tells what the subject is, does, has, or feels.
*The complete subject may be only one word.
-We
are looking forward to the event.
-The big fat bald dog
jumped.
*The complete predicate may only be one word.


*The complete predicate is the verb or helping verb and the words that follow it.
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