A complete subject and a complete predicate has a word or name that you talk about it's called a subject a predicate is the one what about a subject.
example of sentence complete subject and complete predicate Listening=subject is not=complete predicate
The complete subject includes all of the words in the subject, and the complete predicate includes all of the words in the predicate...
A simple subject is the noun and the simple predicate is the verb A complete subject is the noun with the appositives and the complete predicate is everything after the subject.
A complete predicate is the verb and everything after it. The complete subject is everything before the verb.
Simple subject "he" Simple Predicate "loves" Complete subject "he" Complete predicate "loves to send e-mails"
It can be either - if it is used in the subject position it is a subject or if it is in the predicate position it is a predicate
The predicate is everything that is not the subject. The simple predicate is a verb or verb phrase. eg The man next door is a doctor complete subject = The man next door, complete predicate = is a doctor. simple subject = man, simple predicate = is The woman is waiting for her husband. complete subject = The woman, complete predicate = is waiting for her husband. simple subject = woman, simple predicate = is waiting
The complete subject, the complete predicate, the simple subject, and the verb (simple predicate)
Complete Predicate: must report at the office Complete Subject: All visitors to our school
It's the predicate. The subject would be whoever did it. e.g. Kelly blew her whistle Kelly=subject blew her whistle=predicate
The complete predicate of a sentence is the predicate verb with all its modifiers. A simple predicate is an action word that tells something about the subject.
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 Hudson River. ('settled along the Hudson River is the complete predicate; 'settled' is the simple predicate)
Scientist would be a complete subject.
subject - he predicate - was angry
A complete sentence is comprised of a subject and a predicate. The subject is a noun or noun phrase, and the predicate essentially tells what the subject does.
A complete predicate includes the subject and all the words pertaining to what it's doing.
Natural order : the subject comes before the predicate Transposed order : the subject goes after the predicate Example: The king's vast kingdom is over there. --Natural complete subject - complete predicate Over there is the king's vast kingdom. complete predicate - complete subject --Transposed
It is impossible to form a sentence without a complete subject and a complete predicate. Those are the two required constituent parts of any sentence. The subject is the simple subject and any of its associated parts, such as adjectives, and the predicate is the verb and any of its associated parts, such as adverbs and predicate objects. The shortest possible sentence in the English language is, "I am." The subject is "I" and the predicate is "am."
The Simple Subject Is Warnings, and The Simple Predicate Is Given.
The Simple Subject Is Cubs And The Simple Predicate Is Batted.
You is the subject, went is the simple predicate, and went to the zoo yesterday is the complete predicate.
The complete predicate tells about the subject. For instance, in the sentence, "The dog ran quickly down the street." The complete predicate is "ran quickly down the street."