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Subjects and PredicatesIdentify the subject and predicate of a sentence (simple and compound). SPI Select the simple subject and predicate of a sentence.
Every complete sentence has two parts: subject and predicateThe subject is the who (or what) the sentence is about. The predicate tells what the subject does.
We know that standard form is just writing the digits.What is the SUBJECT? What is the PREDICATE?
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Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Green, and MrsMrs. Carter, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Green, and Mrs. Mathis are the third grade teachers. What is the SUBJECT? What is the PREDICATE?
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This slide will be the last one.What is the PREDICATE? What is the SUBJECT?
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