Predicates

What is a predicate? Well, a predicate, along with the subject of a sentence, makes a sentence whole. The subject of a sentence tells who is going to do the action of the sentence, and then the predicate tells what that action is going to be.

Take a look at this first sentence:

The friends hike frequently.”

The subject of this sentence is “friends“.

So, what is the verb of this sentence? Well, since the subject tells us who is going to do the action, and the predicate tells us what that action is going to be, then it only makes sense that the verb here needs to be what the friends will be doing.

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