Examples of compound subject and simple predicate?
Mary and Alice ate ice cream is an example. Mary and Alice are the two elements that constitute the compound subject, and ate ice cream is the simple predicate.
8 people found this useful
The hungry boy ate a banana and devoured an ice cream sundae 10 minutes later. The bold part is the compound predicate. It is compound because the subject (The hungry boy) did TWO things. A key to identifying or writing a compound predicate is to look for two or more verbs separated by a conjun…ction: or, but, or and . So "ate" and "devoured" are the two identifying verbs. Other examples: The girl struggled with the heavy jug and spilled water all over the floor. "Struggled" and "spilled" are the two identifying verbs. My friend offered to drive me home, but later changed her mind. "Offered" and "changed" are the two identifying verbs. (see related question) Here are some examples: He washed and dried all of the dishes. She will sing and dance in the talent show. The kids hopped and skipped out to the playground. The third baseman caught and dropped the ball. They painted and colored during art class. (MORE)
subject= the person in a story predicate=what the story is telling about the person example Rex went to work. subject=rex predicate=went to work.
What is the compound subject and compound predicate in this sentance? My prefered subject is english literature.
1) Samantha and Mady collected seashells then cleaned them. Samantha and Mady are the subjects. The compound predicate that is collected and cleaned is telling you what they both did. 2) The mayor and his brother were arrested and thrown into jail. The subjects are the mayor and his brother. …The predicate says that they were both arrested, and that both were thrown into jail. (MORE)
The predicate is that part of the sentence that contains the verb.. He ran and jumped and shouted and cried.. 'He' is the subject.. 'ran and jumped and shouted and cried' is the predicate and because it contains more than one verb, it is a compound predicate.
Some examples of simple sentences with simple subject and compound predicate . "Children are all foreigners." (a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson) . "Of course, no man is entirely in his right mind at any time." (Mark Twain, The Mysterious Stranger ) . "We haven't quite decided if he c…ommitted suicide or died trying to escape." ( Casablanca ) . "Early to rise and early to bed makes a male healthy and wealthy and dead." (James Thurber) . "I'd rather be a lightning rod than a seismograph." (Ken Kesey) . "A flow of negative energy into the black hole therefore reduces its mass." (Stephen Hawking, The Theory of Everything ) . "A really good detective never gets married." (Raymond Chandler) . "Expect nothing. Live frugally on surprise." (Alice Walker) . "Atheism is a non-prophet organization." (George Carlin) . "Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." ( The Princess Bride ) . "Fall is my favorite season in Los Angeles, watching the birds change color and fall from the trees." (David Letterman} (MORE)
A simple subject is when a sentence is about just one person, placeor thing. A compound subject is when it's about more than oneperson, place, or thing.
A compound predicate is a predicate with two parts joined by the word and or another conjunction. Compound predicates share the same subject.. Example: Jan jumped on her bike. Jan rode around the block. Jan jumped on her bike and rode around the block.. The compound predicate is 'jumped on… her bike and rode around the block.' The subject in both the sentences is Jan . (MORE)
"Ching eats roasted cats every day." Your simple predicate being the word "eats." Your complete predicate being "eats roasted cats every day."
The " simple subject' is the main word in the sentence that tell, " whom" or "what" the sentence is about Now on the other hand, the "simple predicate" or " verb" is the main word or word group that tells something about the subject of the sentence.
Mary and Alice ate ice cream.Mary and ALice are the two element that constitute the compound subject,and ate ice cream is the simple predicate.
A simple predicate is always a verb, but sometimes not all the verbs in a sentence are the simple predicate.
A compound subject is when the verb has multiple subjects. For example the sentence: "I went to the store." has a simple subject. If, however, you say, "John, Mary, and I went to the store." you are talking about a compound subject. . A compound predicate is where the subject takes multiple verbs. F…or example: John woke up, got up, stretched, and headed to the bathroom. (MORE)
The simple subject is the main word in the complete subject. . The pilgrims traveled to the new world by ship. ('The pilgrims' is the complete subject; 'pilgrims' is the simple subject) The simple predicate is the main word in the complete predicate. . The Dutch settled along the Huds…on River . ('settled along the Hudson River is the complete predicate; 'settled' is the simple predicate) (MORE)
A compound subject is when a verb takes more than one subject (e.g., Ron, James, and I went to the park). A compound predicate is where one subject takes more than one verb (e.g., John got up, got dressed, and went to the park).
Example simple sentences with compound subject: Jack and Jill went up the hill. You and I are both football fans. (Note that the meaning of "compound sentence" is that it has twoindependent clauses, or thoughts. It has nothing to do with whethera sentence has more than one subject or more tha…n one predicate.) (MORE)
Below are simple sentences with compound predicates: The compound predicates are highlighted. The kids are running and jumping . The performers danced and sang. At summer camp, we'll swim and play tennis .
My brother and one of his friends reviewed all the Math questions and study hard for the test.
Yes. The term "simple sentence" means that there is only one independent clause (thought) within the sentence, not that there is only one subject or predicate within the sentence. Example: "Bill and I are going to the movies." "Bob and Carol, and their friends Ted and Alice, are all going to see t…he movie." (MORE)
Here are some examples: Mark and Jesse ran to school. (compound subject = Mark and Jesse) Reading and spelling are difficult for him. (compound subject = reading and spelling) She ran and jumped. (compound predicate = ran and jumped) The fans yelled and cheered. (compound predicate = yelled and …cheered) The boy ran and the girl walked. (compound subject = boy / girl, compound predicate = ran / walked) (MORE)
1. The Packers won the Super Bowl. subject = The Packers predicate = won 2. She listened to the radio. subject = She predicate = listened 3. Aaron threw the ball. subject = Aaron predicate = threw 4. The janitor swept the floor. subject = janitor predicate = swept 5. A bee stung the chil…d. subject = bee predicate =stung (MORE)
A simple subject is the key word that tells the reader what or whomthe sentence is talking about. The simple predicate is the mainverb that describes the subject. A very simple example of a simplesubject and predicate in a sentence could be, "Anna runs."
What are some examples of compound subject and compound predicate in constructing paragraph about teenage life?
Do you mean a paragraph form entitled "teenagers life" that has compound subject and compound predicate?. Well, if you do research about the meaning of compound subject and compound predicate,you could easily construct a paragraph that has compound subject and compound predicate.
skipped in the sentence She skipped to the refridgerator. Also, slept in the sentence She slept.
\nIn the sentence: "I drink milk", "I" is the subject and the rest of the sentence,"drink milk", (verb and object) is the predicate.\n
Yes. (A simple sentence is one with a single independent clause.) "Bob and Sue ate lunch and went to the park." "Fred and Wilma washed and dried the dishes."
The simple predicate is "buy." The simple subject is the understood (but unspoken) "you" - "[You] buy that video."
1.my mother is smart 2.my father is famous 3.elizabeth is hungry 4.the blanket feels soft 5.my sister is beautiful
The complete subject is the noun or pronoun andincludes all of the words in the subject, for example (completesubject in bold): My favorite recipe for sugar cookies is my mother's. The simple subject is just the noun or pronounthat serves as the subject, for example (simple subject in bold): …My favorite recipe for sugar cookies is mymother's. A predicate is the verb and all of the words related to that verb.The complete predicate includes all of the wordsin the predicate, for example (complete predicate in bold): We can make someof those sugar cookies from mom's recipe . The simple predicate is the verb, the word orwords of the action (or state of being), for example (simplepredicate in bold): We can make some of those sugar cookies from mom'srecipe. (MORE)
In a sentence subject is one which contains nouns;rest if the part of sentence is predicate.for example; sheela was having her dinner Sheela is subject and was having her dinner is predicate. imran tahir
Examples of simple sentences look like these: 1. The girl ran to her room. 2. The baby cried. 3. The singer bowed. 4. The runner runs fast. 5. Nestor go to the office early. 6. He plays cricket. An example of a simple sentence with a compound predicate issomething like this: The students ran and pl…ayed at recess. Thereis just one subject, but two verbs in the predicate. (MORE)
A compound subject is more than one subject (not just a single word meaning more than one). A compound predicate is more than one action by the same subject. Rarely, you may have both a compound subject and a compound predicate. Examples: "Bill and Dan are friends." "The man and his dog go running …together." (compound subjects) "The writer sits and watches TV until he gets an idea." (compound predicate : sits/watches) "The child and his mother visited the park and fed animals at the zoo." (child/mother subject, visited/fed predicate) (MORE)
SUBJECT and PREDICATE EXAMPLES: 1: the girl in the prom wore a white satin gown. \ / SUBJECT Predicate 2: Anna ate apple / \ SUBJECT Predicate 3: Limwell Loves the outdoors. / \ SUBJECT Predicate 4: Jessica Gave Alpha a Hug / \ SUBJECT Predicate 5: We all want piece. / \ … SUBJECT predicate (MORE)
Susan and her dog love to run and splash in the waves at the beach.
The performers will sing and dance. Regular exercise lifts the spirits and tones the body. The kids jumped rope and played together at recess. The nurse obtained a health history and prepared the examining room. Birds fly and lay eggs. She ran a marathon and discovered a cure for cancer… all in one day. With new shoes, he runs faster and jumps higher. She plays the flute pitches on the baseball team. We painted pictures and read books at school. He pounded nails and sawed wood. They chatted and played cards. At the fair, they rode the merry-go-round and ate cotton candy. We made greeting cards and wrapped gifts. They bashed the door in and ransacked the house. The new phone takes great pictures and shoots incredible video. Makeup hides flaws and brightens skin. (MORE)
A simple predicate is a predicate containing a one word and a compound predicate contains a verb with two words
The predicate is the part of the sentences that is not the subjectand its modifiers. A predicate is the verb and the words that follow the verbthat are related to that verb. Example sentences: I washed and dried my hair . We had lunch then took a walk in the park . Jack loves to cook and … often shares his efforts withothers . (MORE)
It could be either. Example as a simple subject: "Eat only your share of the cake." Example as a simple predicate: "Share the cake with your sister."
Mary and Ann ate ice cream. Christal and Benny went to the market. Maria, Julina, and Argie do their homework together. Jannica and Aleiza played hide and seek. Newri and Shaira played badminton.
Okay, a compound subject is two subjects into one, and a simple predicate is the same ending to both subjects. For example: Alan and Robin were found walking down the street. In the foregoing, Alan and Robin are the two subjects, also known as compound subject, while simple predicate was "were found…." However, I added another predicate which was basically an adjective phrase, "walking down the street." But "were found" is a simple predicate. (MORE)
No. It might be a complete predicate in "The boy ran quickly." The simple predicate is only the verb and any helping verbs it uses, not adverbs. Examples: The cow has been milked today. (simple predicate: has been milked) The man is walking to the store. (simple predicate: is walking). The… man enjoys jogging. (simple predicate: enjoys; jogging is a gerund/noun) (MORE)
What is the difference between the simple subject and predicate and the complete subject and predicate?
The complete subject is the noun or pronoun andincludes all of the words in the subject, for example (completesubject in bold): My favorite recipe for sugar cookies is my mother's. The simple subject is just the noun or pronounthat serves as the subject, for example (simple subject in bold): M…y favorite recipe for sugar cookies is mymother's. A predicate is the verb and all of the words related to that verb.The complete predicate includes all of the wordsin the predicate, for example (complete predicate in bold): We can make someof those sugar cookies from mom's recipe . The simple predicate is the verb, the word orwords of the action (or state of being), for example (simplepredicate in bold): We can make some of those sugar cookies from mom'srecipe. (MORE)
Compound means more than one. If a sentence has a compound subject, there are two or more "do-ers" as in "Bruce and Matt went shopping for wedding rings." A sentence with a compound predicate would include two or more actions (verbs), as in " Matt ran down the street and hailed a cab."
Yes. A complex sentence consists of clauses linked by coordination - and , or , but . eg She likes ice cream but Micheal doesn't like sweet things. simple subjects She and Micheal
To determine the subject of a sentence, first isolate the verb and then make a question by placing "who?" or "what?" before it -- the answer is the subject.. The audience littered the theatre floor with torn wrappings and spilled popcorn. . The verb in the above sentence is "littered." Who or …what littered? The audience did. "The audience" is the subject of the sentence. The predicate (which always includes the verb) goes on to relate something about the subject: what about the audience? It "littered the theatre floor with torn wrappings and spilled popcorn." (MORE)
The complete subject of a sentence tells what the sentence is about. The huge, green, slimy alien from Mars waved to us. The "huge, green, slimy alien from Mars" is the subject. The simple subject also tells who or what the sentence is about, but it doesn't have all the descriptive words (adje…ctives). The simple subject is just a single noun. The huge, green, slimy alien from Mars waved to us. So the simple subject is "alien". Same goes for simple predicate, the main verb without adverbs. (MORE)
the ex. of a subject is an elephant a predicate is it is huge(referring to elephant)
This is Example of simple subject and compound predicate The performers will sing and dance. Regular exercise lifts the spirits and tones the body. The kids jumped rope and played together at recess. The nurse obtained a health history and prepared the examining room.
The statement "He or she could tell you" has a compound subject - there are two nouns preceding the verb. A compound predicate would be "He could tell you about airplanes or about trains."
James likes reading. subject = James, predicate = likes We left our lunch at home. -- subject = we, predicate = left The doctor examined the patient -- subject = doctor predicate =examined He stole my book . -- subject = He predicate = stole The man is a monster -- subject = man predicate = is