Predicates and Subjects
Add the Predicates to the Subjects listed below.
1. My sour thumb
The road to the lake
My uncle in Washington
Acres and acres of cotton
A bed of roses
My best friend
The front of the theater
All kinds of fireworks
Re: Predicates and Subjects
Uh...the predicate is simply the part of the sentence containing a verb, verb phrase, and possibly an object, in the case of a transitive verb.
So for example: Plastic dishes are good.
Plastic dishes cost money.
Plastic dishes can be thrown away.
I'm sure you can handle the rest. I don't know what a "sour thumb" is (sore?).
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