Subject and Predicate
This week we have been identifying, or finding, parts of a sentence. We learned that each sentence has a subject and a predicate. The subject tells who or what the sentence is mostly about. The predicate tells what the subject is, has or what it is doing.
Here is an example.
Sophia had a wonderful day at soccer practice.
The subject is "Sophia". The predicate is "had a wonderful day at soccer practice."
Watch this video for a fun song about subjects and predicates.
Try writing a super sentence and ask a friend to identify the subject and predicate. Be sure to check back so you can see if your friend responded!
Check the example above for how to format your comment.