Simple subjects and predicates

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Simple Subjects and
predicates
SIMPLE SUBJECT: The subject without the
words that describe it or modify it.
SIMPLE PREDICATE: The verb without any
of the other words that modify it.
Simple subjects
Subject with no describing or modifying words.
Simple Subjects:
• Jan
• Audience
• School
• We
• I
• Him
• Jenna
• Dad
• Kids
Write a sentence of your
own with
a SIMPLE SUBJECT.
Simple predicate
Predicate without any words that modify it.
Simple Predicates:
• Brought
• Waited
• Cheered
• Ran
• Jumped
• Saw
• Yelled
• Cried
• Worked
Write a sentence with a
SIMPLE PREDICATE and
SIMPLE SUBJECT
PRACTICE
Does the sentence have a complete or simple subject and predicate?
(if not, rewrite the sentence with a simple subject and simple predicate)
1. A major earthquake damaged the city.
2. Every time I leave my dog cries.
3. When I leave my house my dog cries for hours.
4. I can’t wait until middle school!
5. Miss Russell makes hard spelling puzzles.
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