Grammar:Subjects & Predicates
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by Esteban Martinez
| 12 Questions
The simple predicate is the main word or words in the complete predicate. Type the correct simple predicate for problems 1-3.
1
1
James and Maria visited the Art Institute of Chicago while in the city.
2
1
They especially enjoyed the Impressionist paintings.
3
1
The museum houses paintings by Cassatt, Renoir, Monet, Degas, and many others.
The complete predicate includes all the words that tell what the subject is or does. Type the correct complete predicate for problems 4-6.
4
1
The Art Institute is home to a famous collection of Impressionist art.
5
1
Maria likes the works by American artist Mary Cassatt best.
6
1
James prefers the paintings of the French painter Claude Monet.
The simple subject is the main word or words in the complete subject. Type the correct simple subject for problems 7-9.
7
1
The home soccer team was on the fi eld before the game.
8
1
Clouds looked dark and ominous in the sky above.
9
1
Loyal soccer fans filled the stands of the Emerson Eagles’ stadium.
The complete subject includes all the words that tell what or whom the sentence is about. Type the correct complete subject for problems 10-12.
10
1
Cold rain suddenly splashed on the metal bleachers.
11
1
We wondered whether the game would be canceled.
12
1
The Emerson Eagles ran off the fi eld and into the locker room.
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