definition A sentence is a group of words expressing a complete thought. Every sentence must have a subject and predicate .
Subject and predicate The predicate says something about the subject. The subject performs the action of the verb or about which something is stated. The pencil broke . Bill gave a report . Everyone on the team agreed. It broke when I was calculating the pricelist. We agreed to work hard to reach the sales target. Bill gave it to all the people at the meeting.
Simple subject and simple predicate A simple subject is the main word in the complete subject. A simple predicate , or verb , is the main word or group of words in complete predicate . The complete subject is the main word and all its modifiers. The complete predicate is the verb and all its modifiers. The four new employees arrived late. The boss took us bowling yesterday.
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