Predicate

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    Predicate
    Let us return to our example "Kelly walked down the street." In this sentence, "walked" is the predicate because it is the verb that tells us what Kelly is doing. A sentence can have just a subject and a predicate. You could just say "Kelly walked" and you have a complete sentence.

    Here are the types of predicates: A simple predicate is just a verb, verb string, or compound verb. A complete predicate consists of the verb plus modifiers and other words that complete the verbs meaning. A compound predicate has two or more simple predicates connected.

    • Simple predicate: Harry ate his apple.
    • Complete predicate: The mouse slowly rantowards the food.
    • Compound predicate: She both laughed and cried at the film.
    http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/sentences/different-parts-sentence.html


    Predicate | Definition of Predicate by Merriam-Webster
    something that is affirmed or denied of the subject in a proposition in logic. b : a term designating a property or relation. 2 : the part of a sentence or clause that expresses what is said of the subject and that usually consists of a verb with or without objects, complements, or adverbial modifiers. —

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