Questions tagged with predicate

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Subject and predicate identify
"During Mozart’s final years in Vienna, while he was famous but quite poor, he composed many of his best known ...
subject verb predicate modifiers 0 votes, asked Nov 29 by Arthur Acaster
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Compound predicate - must tense agree?
Is it correct grammar to construct a sentence with multiple tenses in a compound predicate, such as in: "Mary knew ...
compound predicate tense 0 votes, asked Aug 11 by Jason J Hoogervorst
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Sentence analysis - linking verb/predicate nominative?
1) "It is not for us to decide." It seems as though we have a linking verb, and consequently should ...
linking verb predicate nominative 0 votes, asked Jul 24 by T
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Subject and Predicate
What is the subject and predicate for this sentence? Is the subject "a large tree" and the predicate would be ...
subject predicate 0 votes, asked Dec 16 '13 by sali
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"What a long day!"
I know that this is not a complete sentence, but would I technically be able to ask students to find ...
subject predicate exclamatory Sentence 0 votes, asked Oct 04 '13 by sali
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Is the predicate one word only?
I have read different things regarding the predicate of the sentence. Can a phrase in a sentence be considered the ...
predicate +1 vote, asked Sep 23 '13 by sali
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Identifying subject and predicate in a sentence
Is there any flexibility regarding what the subject of a sentence could be, if there are two nouns in the ...
subject predicate 0 votes, asked Sep 23 '13 by sali
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subject predicate
'stone walls do not make a prison' what is subject and predicate in this sentence.... ???? pls justify the answer ...
subject predicate 0 votes, asked Jun 07 '13 by parneet atwal
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What is the predicate in this phrase?
"Tom is taller than Matt." What is the predicate in the above phrase?
predicate grammar 0 votes, asked Sep 28 '12 by koko_jambo
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