What is the complete predicate in this sentence---My best friend moved into a two story house.
What is the simple predicate in this sentence---Steve's home and Anna's home are both in the same building.
Language - Ms. Sue, Tuesday, November 4, 2008 at 9:05pm
The complete predicate is the verb plus the words that complete the verb's meaning.
I've underlined the complete predicate in your first sentence.
My best friend moved into a two story house.
The simple predicate is the verb or verbs.
What do you think is the verb in your second sentence? Hint: if you're not sure, you can look up the words in a dictionary because the definitions also give the part of speech.
Language - Anonymous, Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 11:45am
Steve`s home and Ann`s home are both in the same building.-predicate