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so i understand the general view on what a subject and predicate is. however i have a few sentences in my worksheet that are more complex. my teacher says the subject is wrapped around the predicate but im not sure if im getting all the complete predicates. the directions say that i have to underline the complete predicate and then circle the simple predicate. 1. she then tuned all the strings to the first string. (im not sure if "then" is part of the complete predicate) 2. do many guitarists prefer the lightest strings? 3. sometimes the guitarist uses a thumb pick. 4. the guitarist often sings her own lyrics with the chords. and this one is on subjects: during the 1300s, shoes with pointed toes 18 invhes long were popular. (is the preposition in the beginning part of the subject?)simple subject/simple predicate help?
okay, so on a worksheet my language arts teacher handed out(it was about simple subject and predicate), there was a sentence that read: "great deposits of bauxite, from which aluminum is extracted, exist in arkansas." we were to identify the simple subject and the simple predicate in the sentence. i chose "deposits" as the simple subject, and "exist" as the simple predicate. however, my teacher said that the simple predicate is "is extracted". i debated this, because the simple subject(deposits) is not--in my opinion-- being extracted--the aluminum is. but the simple subject(deposits) exist(what i think the simple predicate is) in arkansas. i asked others, and they agree with me, i just wanted to clarify if i was right. or if the simple predicate is "is extracted", can you please explain to me how this is so? thanksss :.
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