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Predicate
Subject or Predicate
Subject & Predicate
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100

What is the subject in the following sentence? 

My sister likes loud music.

My sister

100

What is the predicate in the following sentence? 

The dog smells like mud.

smells like mud

100

What is the following group of words a subject or a predicate? 

ran down the sidewalk.

predicate

100

What's missing?

Has two little sisters and one baby brother

Subject

100

What does Ms. Hevrdejs drink very morning?

Coffee!

200

What is the subject in the following sentence? 

The candy is juicy, sweet, and delicious. 

The candy

200

What is the predicate in the following sentence? 

My sister is at home all day today. 

is at home all day today. 

200

Subject or Predicate? Simple or Compound?

is

Simple predicate

200

What's missing?

A lot of people in my class. 

Predicate

200

How many planets are in our solar system?

8

300

Identify the simple subject:

The old man limped around the park with his dog. 

man

300

Identify the simple predicate:

The zoo near their house has scary white polar bears. 

has

300

Subject or Predicate? Simple or Compound?

The houses, buildings, and roads

Compound Subject

300

What is the subject and predicate in the following sentence? 

A bee flew through the open window.

subject-- A bee

predicate-- flew through the open window

300

Name a mammal that cannot jump. 

Elephant, sloth, hippo, rhino

400

Identify the compound subject:

Teachers, students, and parents at OSG enjoy Ms. Islam's company. 

Teachers, students, and parents. 

400

Identify the compound predicate:

Marcell ate dinner then went home to watch a movie. 

ate dinner then went home to watch a movie

400

Subject or Predicate? Simple or Compound?

chased the mouse and caught it. 

Compound predicate

400

What is the subject and predicate in the following sentence? 

My dad's super old phone has a funny ring tone.

subject-- My dad's super old phone

predicate-- has a funny ring tone

400

What color is at the top of the rainbow?

Red

500

Define "subject"

The subject is the first part of the sentence. It tells us who or what is performing the action. It also tells us who or what the sentence is about. 

500

Define "predicate"

It is the part of the sentence that tells us what the subject is, or what the subject does. The predicate always contains a verb. 

500

Compound predicates are usually joined by what?

Conjunctions such as:

and, but, or, then

500

What's Missing?

James, Michael, and Devin are brothers.

Nothing!

500

During a thunderstorm, which comes first - thunder or lightening?

Both. They occur at approximately the same time. However, if we’re at a distance from a storm, we see lightning before we hear thunder because light travels much faster than sound.

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