Subject & Predicate | English Grammar |

Subject & Predicate are found in the sentence. Sentence is formed by Subject & Predicate. Subject & Predicate are the basis of English Grammar. Anyone who wants to learn English, should start learning from Subject & Predicate.

Subject & Predicate | English Grammar |
Subject & Predicate

Subject:
The part of the sentence which is talked about, is called the Subject. The subject has a Noun or a Pronoun in it. In the sentences which are given below, the first part (in italics) consists of a word or a group of words about which something has been said.

Examples:
1. We play.
2. His brother sings a song.
3. The peon is ringing the bell.
4. He reads the book.

Predicate: The part of the sentence which tells about the subject is called Predicate. The Predicate has a verb in it. The table showing Subject & Predicate is given below:
Subject
Predicate
1. We
play.
2. His brother
sings a song.
3. The peon
is ringing the bell.
4. He
reads the book.
There are some sentences in which the Subject is not directly given. It is understood. Look at the following sentences:
1. Play the game.
2. Stand up.
3. Thank you.
It is obvious that the Subject in sentences 1 and 2 above is "You" while the Subject in sentence 3 is "I".
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