Includes types of subjects and predicates. *Note:The capitalized words are emphasizing the word.
~the part that names SOMEONE or SOMETHING (Who or What)
~Contains the TOPIC of a sentence
~the part that tells what the subject DOES, HAS, or IS
~MUST contain a verb(s)
~the key word(s) in the subject part of a sentence
~the topic (subject) of the verb
~a NOUN or PRONOUN
~the key word(s) in the predicate part of the sentence
~the VERB or VERBS= THE DOES, HAS, OR IS WORD(S)
1.THE BEAUTIFUL EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK/is popular.
2. MANY BIRDS/have been spotted.
1.Many tourists/VISIT THE AREA.
2. The swampy Everglades/IS FLORIDA'S TREASURE.
Example: simple subject
1.The GIRL in the green bathing suit/ swims beautifully.
Example: simple predicate
1. The girl in the green bathing suit/ SWIMS beautifully.
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