Simple and Complete Subjects and Predicates. By Cheryl Hamilton Grade 5. Complete Subject and Simple Subject. The words that tell whom or what the sentence is about are the complete subject . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Simple and Complete Subjects and Predicates
Simple and Complete Subjects and PredicatesByCheryl Hamilton Grade 5
Complete Subject and Simple SubjectThe words that tell whom or what the sentence is about are the complete subject.
The most important word in the complete subject is the simple subject. The simple subject is usually a noun or pronoun. It can be more than one word. Example: Kansas City
Many students love music class.
Many students is the complete subject.Students is the simple subject.
Complete Predicate and Simple PredicateThe words that tell what the subject is or does are the complete predicate.
The most important word in the complete predicate is the simple predicate. The simple predicate is a verb. It can be more than one word. Example: is talking
Some students study for many hours nightly.
Study for many hours nightly is the complete predicate.Study is the simple predicate.
FragmentA fragment is a group of words that lacks a subject or a predicate.
Worked till noon. This fragment lacks a subject.
The dancers at the play.
This fragment lacks a predicate.
Run-onA run-on is two or more complete sentences run together.
Mr. Lilley likes the football he likes wrestling.
VideosPlease enjoy the videos with Tim about simple and complete subjects and predicates.You will also be watching a video on run-on sentences too.http://www.brainpop.com/english/grammar/subjectandpredicate/