Simple Subjects and Predicates
Finding the Subject
Kinds of Sentences
Complete Subject and Complete Predicate
Conjunctions
100

What part of the sentence is the simple subject?

The main noun in the complete subject.

100

What is the subject in the sentence? The hamburger was eaten.

hamburger

100

What type of sentence is this?

"Are you watching the play?"

Interrogative

100

What is the complete subject and predicate of this sentence?

 "Students in every class are now preparing projects for the fair."

CS: Students in every class 

CP:are now preparing projects for the fair 

100

What coordinating conjunction should go in the blank___

"I'd like either a slice of pie __ a strawberry milkshake, please."🐑

"or"

200

What part of the sentence is the simple predicate?

The verbs in the complete predicate. They usually directly follow the simple subject.🐑

200

What is the subject in sentence? I ate food.

I

200

What type of sentence is this

"You seem to like the theater."

Declarative

200

What is the complete subject and predicate of this sentence? 

"Some of the students in Mrs.Solano’s social studies class have photographed flags of many nations."

CS: Some of the students in Mrs. Solano's social studies class

CP: have photographed flags of many nations

200
What coordinating conjunction goes in the blank ___

"This dress was quite expensive, ___ I've never worn it."

"yet"

300

What is the simple subject in the sentence:

"Golden honey oozed from the overturned bottle."πŸ™‰

honey

300

What is the subject in this sentence? Fred is cool.

Fred

300

What type of sentence is this?

"Tell me what you think of it."

Imperative

300

What is the complete subject and predicate of this sentence? 

"Many of the residents of Clayville had been worried about the lack of rain."  πŸ•

CS: Many of the residents of Clayville

CP: had been worried about the lack of rain

300

What coordinating conjunction goes in the blank ___

"The traffic on the highway was awful, ___ we took the side streets".

"so"

400

What is the simple subject of the sentence:

"Her best friend moved away last summer."

friend

400

What is the subject in sentence? The fast car driven by Andrei was speeding, and he eventually ran over a pufferfish 🐑.

car

400

What type of sentence is this:

"You should do your chores."

imperative
400

What is the complete subject and predicate of this sentence? 

"The children of Clayville also enjoyed the results of the rain."🐑

CS: The children of Clayville

CP: also enjoyed the results of the rain

400

What coordinating conjunction goes in the blank ___

"The frosting wasn't firm enough, ___ Alexandra added more sugar."

"so"  πŸ•

500

What is the simple predicate in the sentence:

"The fifteenth-century manuscript contained information about daily life in Italy in the 1400s."

contained

500

What is the subject in this sentence? The graceful boy, Jeremy, swam like a pufferfish. A very, very graceful pufferfish.🐑

boy

500

What type of sentence is this:

"Stop!"

imperative 

500

What is the complete subject and predicate of this sentence? 

"People with yards can return to watering their lawns, flower gardens, and vegetable patches."

CS: People with yards

CP: can return to watering their lawns flower gardens, and vegetable patches.

500

What coordinating conjunction goes in the blank ___

"The poet Emily Dickinson is now famous, ___ she was relatively unknown during her lifetime"

"yet"

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