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predication?

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what is difference between predicate predicator and predication?

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In grammar, the predicate is the main verb and all the words and phrases and clauses that go with it.
http://www.answers.com/predicate
Scroll down a bit and read the noun definitions.

The predicator -- "n. - An expression that designates a property or relation"
http://www.answers.com/predicator
This could be a noun phrase or clause, an adjective or adj phrase or adj clause, etc.

Predication has to do with making sure your sentence is clear and logical.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Predicate_%28grammar%29

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