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Simple predicate?

The history of these pests may surprise you.

Would it be may?

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  1. The main verb is "surprise."

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/surprise

    The simple predicate is may surprise

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  2. Surprise you

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  3. What is the ansure

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