Subject and Predicate



Subject and Predicate :



Subject and Predicate

Every Sentence consists of two parts, expressed or understood.

The part which names the person or thing we speak about. This part of the sentence is called the SUBJECT.

The part which tells something about the Subject. This part of the sentences is called the PREDICATE

Notice how the sentences are divided into Subject and Predicate: Sl.No…… Subject…… Predicate

1. …… Hens…… Lay eggs.

2. …… Honesty…… Is the best policy.

3. …… The Rich…… Are not always happy.

4. …… A bad workman…… Blames his tools.

5. …… The Uses of adversity…… Are sweet.

The Subject of a sentence usually comes first but sometimes it is put after the Predicate.

Down dropped the breeze.

Sweet are the uses of adversity.

Smetimes in some sentences the Subject is generally left out.

Do this. (Here the subject You is Understood)

Thank you. (Here the subject I is understood)

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