When we speak, we make a sentence to convey us to others.
When we make a sentence we explain about some person or thing.
It means we speak about something and say something about that person or thing.
Every sentence has two parts-
1- The part about what we speak.
This is called the Subject of the sentence.
2- The part which is explained about the Subject.
This is called the Predicate of the sentence.
Subject of a sentence always comes first.
In Imperative sentences subject is omitted.
Here some sentences are given .Subjects and Predicates are separated by colours.
Have a look-
- I called him.
- You went there.
- She kept the bag.
- He returned back.
- Hanna is upset.
- Thomas is happy.
- Discussion turned into quarrel.
- They stepped down.
- I know her.
- Birds build nests.
- It is hard.
- She told me.
- Gordon shouted loudly.
- He is playing.
- They are waiting.
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