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Subject/Predicate

TermDefinition
ACTION a thing someone does or performs. Example: dug
NOUN a word that represents a person, place, thing or idea. Example: dog
PREDICATE the part of the sentence or clause that describes action of the subject and contains a verb. Example: The large brown dog DUG IN THE YARD.
SIMPLE PREDICATE the MAIN VERB in a sentence that tells what the subject does. Example: The large brown dog DUG in the yard.
SIMPLE SUBJECT the main noun in a sentence, without any words that describe it. The large brown DOG dug in the yard.
SUBJECT in grammar, the noun, noun phrase or pronoun that performs the action of the verb in a sentence. THE LARGE BROWN DOG dug in the yard.
VERB a word belonging to the part of speech that expresses an action, event or state of being. Example: dug
Created by: cats2021