Subjects and Predicates

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    Look at the part of the sentence in bold. Is it the naming part (subject) or the action part (predicate)?
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    Is it the naming part (subject) or the action part (predicate) of the sentence?
    Subject and Predicate
    Every sentence has a naming part or an action part.
    The naming part (subjects) tells who or what the sentence is about.

    The dog eats a bone.

    That airplane is big.

    Jim is happy.

    The action part (predicate) tells something about the naming part. The action part can tell what the naming part does. It can also tell what the naming part is like.

    The dog eats a bone.

    That airplane is big.

    Jim is happy.

    Look at the sentence.
    Flowers grow under the tree.
    Grow under the tree is the action part of the sentence. It tells us about what the flowers are like.
    Subject and Predicate
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