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ELA STUDY QUIZ

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complete subject of a sentence tells who or what the sentence is about.
complete predicate of a sentence tells who or what the subject does or is.
simple subject tells who or what the sentence is about, but it doesn’t have all the descriptive words. The simple subject is just the noun, proper noun, or pronoun.
simple predicate simple predicate is just the verb in the sentence that tells what the subject does or is… without all the other words.
The complete subject is: A man with a bow tie A man with a bow tie
The simple subject is the noun or pronoun located in the complete subject: man.
The complete predicate of a sentence tells what the subject does or is.
The complete predicate is rode his bike to the store.
The simple predicate or the verb located in the complete predicate is: rode.
Created by: jakaye1205