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Every sentence or clause has a subject and a predicate. The subject is a noun, pronoun, or group of words acting as a noun, and the words associated with, or modifying, that noun form. The predicate contains the verb and all words associated with, or modifying, the verb. The following examples show the predicate underlined:

Every sentence or clause has a subject and a predicate. The subject is a noun, pronoun, or group of words acting as a noun. The predicate contains the verb and all words associated with, or modifying, the verb.

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