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Define a simple subject. Define a simple subject.

What is the who or what the sentence is about. What is the who or what the sentence is about.

What is the simple subject in this sentence: The dog ate his food. What is the simple subject in this sentence: The dog ate his food.

What is dog. What is dog.

What is the simple subject in this sentence: I visit my grandparents. What is the simple subject in this sentence: I visit my grandparents.

What is I. What is I.

What is the simple subject in this sentence: The ice cream is cold and What is the simple subject in this sentence: The ice cream is cold and delicious.

What is The ice cream. What is The ice cream.

Daily Double What is missing from this sentence? Give an example with the answer. Daily Double What is missing from this sentence? Give an example with the answer. Walked over one of the stone bridges.

What is the subject. (he, she, they, a girl) What is the subject. (he, she, they, a girl)

Define a simple predicate. Define a simple predicate.

What is what the subject of the sentence is doing or does. (showing action) What is what the subject of the sentence is doing or does. (showing action)

What is the simple predicate in this sentence: The food tasted delicious. What is the simple predicate in this sentence: The food tasted delicious.

What is tasted. What is tasted.

What is the simple predicate in this sentence: The children shout with excitement. What is the simple predicate in this sentence: The children shout with excitement.

What is shout. What is shout.

What is the simple predicate in this sentence: My mother holds my sister’s hand. What is the simple predicate in this sentence: My mother holds my sister’s hand.

What is holds. What is holds.

Complete the sentence. What is missing? Several friends down the hill together. Complete the sentence. What is missing? Several friends down the hill together.

What is the simple predicate. (ran, fell, rolled) What is the simple predicate. (ran, fell, rolled)

What is a complete subject? What is a complete subject?

What is all the words that show who or what the sentence is about. What is all the words that show who or what the sentence is about.

What is the complete subject in the sentence? A happy man walked into the What is the complete subject in the sentence? A happy man walked into the room.

What is a happy man. What is a happy man.

What is the complete subject in the sentence: The noisy crowd became very quiet. What is the complete subject in the sentence: The noisy crowd became very quiet.

What is The noisy crowd. What is The noisy crowd.

What is the complete subject in this sentence: The bright light of morning shone What is the complete subject in this sentence: The bright light of morning shone through the windows.

What is The bright light of morning. What is The bright light of morning.

What is missing from this sentence. Became very quiet. What is missing from this sentence. Became very quiet.

What is the complete subject. (the entire class, the noisy boys) What is the complete subject. (the entire class, the noisy boys)

How can you define a compound predicate? How can you define a compound predicate?

What is all the words that tell what the subject is doing or does. What is all the words that tell what the subject is doing or does.

What is the complete predicate in this sentence? A small insect jumped onto the What is the complete predicate in this sentence? A small insect jumped onto the branch.

What is jumped onto the branch. What is jumped onto the branch.

What is the complete predicate in this sentence? The excited child packed his belongings. What is the complete predicate in this sentence? The excited child packed his belongings.

What is packed his belongings. What is packed his belongings.

What is the complete predicate in this sentence: My mother found a recipe in What is the complete predicate in this sentence: My mother found a recipe in a cookbook.

What is found a recipe in a cookbook. What is found a recipe in a cookbook.

What is missing from this sentence? Ms. Rehman What is missing from this sentence? Ms. Rehman

What is the complete predicate. (played rugby in college. ) What is the complete predicate. (played rugby in college. )

What is the sentence missing? The excited girl _____ to her friend. What is the sentence missing? The excited girl _____ to her friend.

What is the simple predicate. ( jumped, ran, skipped) What is the simple predicate. ( jumped, ran, skipped)

What is missing in the sentence? The huge ____ filled with people very quickly. What is missing in the sentence? The huge ____ filled with people very quickly.

What is simple subject? (room) What is simple subject? (room)

What is missing from the sentence. Make the sentence complete. Went to the store What is missing from the sentence. Make the sentence complete. Went to the store to buy some food.

What is the complete subject. What is the complete subject.

Is this sentence correct? If not what part of the sentence is missing? The Is this sentence correct? If not what part of the sentence is missing? The boat at the island.

What is the simple predicate is missing. (is, docked, stopped) What is the simple predicate is missing. (is, docked, stopped)

Rewrite this sentence and underline the simple subject and predicates. (s for subject and Rewrite this sentence and underline the simple subject and predicates. (s for subject and p for predicate) Circle the complete subject and predicate. Skilled performers played traditional Chinese harps.

What is performers is the simple subject. Played is the predicate. Skilled performers-complete subject What is performers is the simple subject. Played is the predicate. Skilled performers-complete subject Played traditional Chinese harps is the complete predicate.