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how do you know the difference between complete predicates and complete subjects
Complete Predicates-predicates complete predicate is all words other than the subject and its modifiers
Complete Subjects- Example, The ball lay there. The ball is the complete subject. Hopew this helps
The subject tells who or what is doing the action. The predicate contains the verb and tells what is happening (or happened).
Examples: (Complete subject is in bold face. Complete predicate is underlined.
The baby is crying.
Tom told his friend about the game.
One of the girls in our class brought cookies.
Usually our math teacher doesn't let us eat in class.
This will explain that very simply.\
what is a sample question of a complete predicate and a simple predicate