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Grammar-Monster provides a list of predicate examples, and also gives the definition of a predicate. K12Reader has simple predicate examples. MySchoolhouse shows some sample predicates, illustrating the difference betwee... More »

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One common English grammar rule is that all sentences begin with a capital letter. Titles of people, books, magazines, movies and proper nouns are also capitalized. Every sentence must end with a punctuation mark, such a... More »

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The primary meaning of predicate is to affirm, assert or declare. Someone might say, for instance, "I predicate my decision on the belief that John has good intentions on the matter." In this example, the use of predicat... More »

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This sentence is an example of a sentence with a predicate nominative. In this instance, the noun "example" is the predicate nominative, as it is the noun that identifies itself with the subject "this sentence." Cruciall... More »

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In the sentence "A heavy book fell off the shelf," the book is the subject, and "fell off the shelf" is the predicate. In the imperative sentence "Take the dog for a walk," the entire sentence is the predicate. The subje... More »

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Rules for constructing sentences are that a sentence must have a subject and a predicate, the sentence needs to express a complete thought, and the subject and predicate must agree with one another. Sentences must be pun... More »

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Some basic grammar rules include rules about sentence structure, such as a singular subject requires a singular predicate. A sentence must contain a subject and a predicate and should stand alone as a complete thought. More »

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