In this section, you'll be finding simple subjects. Don't forget to look for compound subjects--they'll be lurking! If you find a compound, write both words in the blank. Write them in order without a conjunction between them.
Find the subject.Last night, she went to the concert.
Find the subject.How are you playing this year?
Find the subject.There were several pictures on the Facebook page.
Find the subject.Montana and Sunny working on a timeline.
Find the subject.Go to the office!
You'll identify the bolded words in the following sentences as predicate adjectives or predicate nominatives. You can do this--put on your thinking cap!
Andrea's face was angry.
The first day of Christmas break is Wednesday.
Read the next few sentences, then fill in the blank with the predicate adjective or nominative.
Find the predicate adjective.The blood drive was successful!
Find the predicate adjective.Which student is quick on the court?
Find the predicate nominative.Kristen is the blood drive organizer.
Find the predicate nominative.In March, the public library is a gallery.
Fill in the blank with the direct object in the sentence.