Subject and Predicate
Every sentence has two parts – “Subject” and “Predicate”.
What is a Subject?
As the name implies, a subject is a person or thing that has the focus in the sentence. Usually the “Subject” is in the beginning of the sentence.
What is a Predicate?
The “Predicate” describes the action taken by the “Subject”.
Examples of Subject and Predicate:
She plays. (“She” is the Subject and “plays” is the Predicate)
She and her friend play every day in the garden. (“She and her friend” is the Subject and “play every day in the garden” is the Predicate).