Every sentence consist of two parts Subject and predicate
Subject – The part of the sentence which names the person or thing we speak about is called the Subject of the sentences.
Predicate – The part of the sentence that tells us something about the subject i.e the person or thing denoted by the subject is called a Predicate
Subject and Predicate Examples –
1) The girls are playing together.
2) The old man was walking slow.
3) The earth goes around the sun.
Let us divide these sentences into Subject and Predicate
The girls are playing together
The old man was walking slow
The earth goes around the sun
Note:- The Subject of a sentence usually come in the beginning, but occasionally it is put after the predicate.
- Here comes the teacher.
- Down fell the oranges.
Note:- In Imperative or Command sentence the Subject is left out as
Come in (it is understood you come in)
Thank him (you thank him s implied)