Subject And Predicate: Grammar Quiz! Test

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Subject And Predicate: Grammar Quiz! Test

Do you know anything about subjects and predicates? A subject is a person or thing doing an action, or the person or thing that is the focus of the sentence. The predicate of the sentence is the portion that contains the action. Most of the time, the subject comes at the beginning of a sentence. See how much you know about subjects and predicates by taking this quiz.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Elvis and his brother carried their sleds up the hill.
    • A. 

      Complete subject

    • B. 

      Complete predicate

    • C. 

      Simple subject

    • D. 

      Simple predicate

  • 2. 
    A robin and a chickadee flapped their wings and flew away.
    • A. 

      Complete subject

    • B. 

      Complete predicate

    • C. 

      Simple subject

    • D. 

      Simple predicate

  • 3. 
    The seven children ran and played in the tall grass.
    • A. 

      Complete subject

    • B. 

      Complete predicate

    • C. 

      Simple subject

    • D. 

      Simple predicate

  • 4. 
    Our science teacher drew a diagram on the chalkboard.
    • A. 

      Complete subject

    • B. 

      Complete predicate

    • C. 

      Simple subject

    • D. 

      Simple predicate

  • 5. 
    Farmers usually work long hours.
    • A. 

      Complete subject

    • B. 

      Complete predicate

    • C. 

      Simple subject

    • D. 

      Simple predicate

  • 6. 
    Several candidates for mayor spoke at the meeting of the town council.
    • A. 

      Complete subject

    • B. 

      Complete predicate

    • C. 

      Simple subject

    • D. 

      Simple predicate

  • 7. 
    The movie is very different from the book.
    • A. 

      Complete subject

    • B. 

      Complete predicate

    • C. 

      Simple subject

    • D. 

      Simple predicate

  • 8. 
    The brown cows grazed in the meadow.
    • A. 

      Complete subject

    • B. 

      Complete predicate

    • C. 

      Simple subject

    • D. 

      Simple predicate