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Simple and Complete Subjects and Predicates

Quiz by Tammie Collins

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  • Q1
    The pretty girl winked at the cute boy. The simple subject of this sentence is:
    boy
    girl
    boy
    The pretty girl
    45s
  • Q2
    The pretty girl winked at the cute boy. The simple predicate of this sentence is:
    winked
    cute
    pretty
    boy
    45s
  • Q3
    The pretty girl winked at the cute boy. The complete subject of this sentence is:
    The pretty girl winked
    winked at the cute boy
    The pretty girl
    the cute boy
    45s
  • Q4
    The pretty girl winked at the cute boy. The complete predicate of this sentence is:
    winked
    The pretty girl
    winked at the cute boy
    winked at
    45s
  • Q5
    Miss Collins is the coolest teacher. The simple subject of this sentence is:
    teacher
    Miss Collins
    coolest
    the
    45s
  • Q6
    Miss Collins is the coolest teacher. The simple predicate of this sentence is:
    is the coolest teacher
    teacher
    coolest
    is
    45s
  • Q7
    Miss Collins is the coolest teacher. The complete subject of this sentence is:
    coolest teacher
    Miss Collins
    is the coolest teacher
    Collins
    45s
  • Q8
    Miss Collins is the coolest teacher. The complete predicate of this sentence is:
    is
    coolest teacher
    Miss Collins
    is the coolest teacher
    45s
  • Q9
    While telling a story, Mrs. Nimmer made the class laugh. The simple subject of this sentence is:
    story
    Mrs. Nimmer made the class laugh.
    class
    Mrs. Nimmer
    45s
  • Q10
    While telling a story, Mrs. Nimmer made the class laugh. The simple predicate of this sentence is:
    made
    telling
    made the class laugh
    laugh
    45s
  • Q11
    While telling a story, Mrs. Nimmer made the class laugh. The complete subject of this sentence is:
    While telling a story
    Mrs. Nimmer
    Mrs. Nimmer made the class laugh.
    While telling a story, Mrs. Nimmer
    45s
  • Q12
    While telling a story, Mrs. Nimmer made the class laugh. The complete predicate of this sentence is:
    made
    While telling a story
    Mrs. Nimmer made the class laugh.
    made the class laugh
    45s

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