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Subjects and Predicates

Quiz by Vicki Craft

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15 questions
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  • Q1
    Simple subject? Seven funny clowns climbed out of the little car.
    climbed
    funny clowns
    car
    clowns
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  • Q2
    Complete subject? During the night, I heard sounds that were spooky.
    During the night, I
    heard sounds that were spooky
    I heard
    sounds that were spooky
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  • Q3
    Complete predicate? The idea was a very good one.
    was
    the idea
    was a very good one
    the idea was
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  • Q4
    Simple predicate? Her little baby sister cried through the night.
    cried through the night
    baby sister
    Her little baby sister
    cried
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  • Q5
    Where do you divide the sentence between complete subject and complete predicate? After midnight the rain began to fall steadily.
    began/to
    the /rain
    rain/began
    to /fall
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  • Q6
    Simple predicate? Money is the root of many evils.
    root
    of
    Money
    is
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  • Q7
    Divide between the complete subject and complete predicate. It is a monster from outer space!
    is/a
    monster/from
    a/monster
    It/is
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  • Q8
    Simple subject? Batman and Robin conquer crime in Gotham City.
    Robin
    Batman and Robin
    Gotham City
    Batman
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  • Q9
    A simple subject can also be the complete subject.
    yes
    no
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  • Q10
    Can a complete predicate sometimes be just one word?
    no
    yes
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  • Q11
    The simple subject is....
    a noun or pronoun
    verb
    any word
    adjective
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  • Q12
    The complete predicate begins.....
    after the noun
    in the middle
    at the beginning of the sentence to the verb
    with the verb and all the words to the end mark
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  • Q13
    If you are deciding where to divide the sentence between complete subject and complete predicate, what is the first thing you should look for?
    the subject
    the verb
    the noun
    the middle of the sentence
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  • Q14
    Simple predicate? In the distance, I see the island.
    island
    I
    distance
    see
    30s
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  • Q15
    Simple subject? It is a great plan!
    It
    plan
    great
    is
    30s
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