A Subject and Predicate is used to form a complete sentence. A subject is who or what the sentence is about. The predicate is the action the subject does in a sentence. The predicate always begins with a verb. You cannot write a complete sentence if you leave out a subject or predicate. Both the subject and and predicate are needed to express a complete thought. A sentence that is missing either a subject or predicate is called a sentence fragment. Most students struggle at an early age writing sentences with both a subject and predicate.
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