Subjects & Predicates

The subject is who or what the sentence is about.

The predicate tells what that subject is doing and includes a verb, an action word or a state of being.

Examples: (subject is in bold, predicate is in italics)
Mr. Vega, my neighbor, painted his house.
Eva likes to put strawberries in her cereal.

For other examples, watch the video below:

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