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In this sentence
Plenty of silicon is found on Earth.
I'm not sure if the simple predicate is is or is found.

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    the simple predicate is is
    is found is the complete

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    Sorry -- this time Anonymous is incorrect this time.

    The simple predicate in this sentence is "is found" -- a form of the verb "to find."

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