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    Question Predicates and Subjects

    Add the Predicates to the Subjects listed below.

    1. My sour thumb

    Plastic dishes

    The road to the lake

    My uncle in Washington

    Acres and acres of cotton

    The famous

    A bed of roses

    My best friend

    The front of the theater

    All kinds of fireworks

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    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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