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“The Color of My Words” . Subjects and Predicates . http://www.brainpop.com/english/grammar/subjectandpredicate. /. Complete & Simple Subjects. The . subject . of a sentence tells who or what the sentence is about. . ID: 290819

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Lesson 2

“The Color of My Words”

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Subjects and Predicates

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Complete & Simple Subjects

The

subject

of a sentence tells who or what the sentence is about.

A

complete subject

includes all the words that tell whom or what the sentence is about.

A

simple subject

is the main word or words in the complete subject.

**Sometimes the complete and simple subjects will be the same.

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Examples *Write these down! Identify the complete and simple subject in each example.

The frightened little frog jumped onto the lily pad. Lee writes extremely well.

Simple Subject: frogComplete Subject: The frightened little frogSimple Subject: LeeComplete Subject: Lee

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Examples Continued…

Go home right now!*Think of who this would be directed at?

Simple subject:

you

Complete Subject:

you

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Complete & Simple Predicates

A

complete predicate

includes all the words that tell what the subject is or what it’s doing.

A

simple predicate

is the main word or words in the complete predicate.

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Examples:

The whale jumped out of the water. The angry young lion roars.

Simple Predicate: jumpedComplete Predicate: jumped out of the waterSimple Predicate: roarsComplete Predicate: roars

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Vocabulary

Survey—you look around and consider it carefully. Inquire—you ask for information about something. Tormented—is extremely and painfully troubled by something.

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Meandering—moving slowly with a lot of bends or curves. Emerged—it has come out from behind, under, or inside somethingHovered—it has been in the same place in the air without moving in any direction.

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Subtle—not immediately noticeable, but it can be very effective Frolicked—playing in a happy, lively way.

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Poetic Devices

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