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Subjects and Predicates
Subject Tells whom or what the sentence is about Example: The black pan is very hot.
Complete Subject Includes all the words in the subject Example: The large black pan is very hot.
Simple Subject The main word or words in the complete subject Example: The large black pan is very hot.
Predicate Tells what the subject does, is, has, or feels Example: The large black pan is very hot.
Complete Predicate Includes all the words in the predicate. Example: The large black pan is very hot.
Simple Predicate The main word or words in the complete predicate It is always a VERB Example: The large black pan is very hot.
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