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Simple Subject And Simple Predicate

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The simple subject of a sentence is “who or what” the sentence is about.

Example 1: Brandon collects baseball cards.

Who is this sentence about? The sentence above is about Brandon.
Brandon is the simple subject of this sentence.

Example 2: The dog was bathed and fed.

What is this sentence about? The sentence above is about a dog.
Dog is the simple subject of this sentence.

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The simple predicate of a sentence tells what the simple subject
does, is doing, did, has done, or will do.

Example 1: Melissa went to the doctor.

Went is the simple predicate. It tells what Melissa did.

Example 2: The actor has ridden a bike to the shooting because of the traffic.

Has ridden is the simple predicate. It tell
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1.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject.Four young soldiers led the troops into battle.
2.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject.Two beautiful goldfish in the pond were eating the insects on the top of the water.
3.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject.Until that last telephone call, I was having a wonderful day.
4.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject.Her latest statement to the press was carefully worded.
5.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject.Last week's fire was started by an arsonist from a nearby town.
6.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject.Eat your food slowly.
7.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject. Novels by E. L. Doctorow are my favorite.
8.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject.The farmers in that part of the county are planting their fields this week.
9.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject. In less than two hours, the entire cake had been eaten.
10.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple subject.For most of his career, Jim has ridden his motorcycle to his office.
11.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple predicate.We played basketball yesterday.
12.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple predicate.We played basketball yesterday.
13.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple predicate.Since 2005, the team have been winning the soccer game.
14.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple predicate.Since 2005, the team have been winning the soccer game.
15.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple predicate.The entire lechon have been eaten before dinner
16.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple predicate.The entire lechon have been eaten before dinner
17.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple predicate.They were having breakfast when the school bus arrived.
18.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple predicate.She came to see her friend in the hospital.
19.  In the text blanks provided below each item, identify the sentence's simple predicate.The ice sculpture was meticulously done.
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