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trishaley
trishaley asks:
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what is the subject and predicate in this sentence           Trisha loves playing,eating and reading books

help me because we have a quiz in English
 i am grade 4
In Topics: School and Academics
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trishaley
trishaley writes:
Subject:trisha
predicate:loves playing,eating and reading books
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Keese
Keese writes:
trisha, playing,eating and reading
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Keese
Keese writes:
Subject:Trisha
Predicate:playing,eating and reading
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karencobel
karencobel writes:
Subject: Trisha
Predicate: loves  (not playing, eating, and reading--these are direct objects and gerunds, part of the predicate part of the sentence, but not the predicates or verbs)
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PamBunderson
PamBunderson writes:
The subject is the who of a sentence. The predicate is the action, usually the rest of the sentence. Thus, Trisha is the subject. The predicate is: loves playing, eating, and reading books. The simple subject and predicate are Trisha and loves.
Hope this helps and is not too late.
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