Subject and Predicate

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In the sentence:

 

I do not wish to see any mistakes in your work.

 

I = subject 

wish = simple predicate

"do not wish to see any mistakes in your work" = full predicate

 

Is this correct?

 

Also, when a verb is negated, is the negation included as part of the simple predicate?

asked Dec 16 '13 at 22:03 sali New member

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Wish is a present form of the action word. 

"to see any mistakes in your work" is the object of your sentence.

in your work is a prepositional phrase.

link comment answered Dec 17 '13 at 04:44 Sanjay Expert

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