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Subject and Predicate Explanation + Quiz

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Subject and Predicate Explanation Quiz
Subject and Predicate Explanation Quiz

Subject and Predicate Explanation

Rule - 1

Every Complete sentence has two essential parts. They are:

1. Subject

2. Predicate

1. Subject: The part which names the person or thing, we are speaking about.

2. Predicate: The part which tells something about the subject.

For example:

1. Kamala is a tall girl.

Subject:         Kamala

Predicate: is a tall girl.


2. Dilnawaz is a clever boy.

Subject:         Dilnawaz

Predicate: is a clever boy.


3. Lalitha goes to Market.

Subject:         Lalitha

Predicate: goes to Market.

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4. Kamala saw a bald, fat, middle-aged man.

Subject:         Kamala

Predicate: saw a bald, fat, middle-aged man.


5. I got a promotion last year. 

Subject:         I

Predicate: got a promotion last year.

Rule - 2

The Subject usually comes first but occasionally it comes after the predicate.


For example:

Here comes the bus.

Subject:         The bus

Predicate: Here comes 


Rule - 3

In Imperative sentences, the Subject is left out.


For example:

Don't go in this way. (Here the subject "YOU" is understood.)

Write neatly.         (Here the subject "YOU" is understood.)

Learn quickly.         (Here the subject "YOU" is understood.)

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