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Sentence Diagramming: Subject and Predicate

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Sentence Diagramming: Simple Sentences - Subjects & Predicates
Every complete sentence contains two parts: a subject and a predicate. The subject is what or whom the sentence is about, while the predicate tells something about the subject.
This instructional video explains how to diagram the subjects and predicates of simple sentences
Topics: Subjects, Predicates, Helping Verbs, Modifiers
Essential Question: How do we diagram sentences? Topics: Direct Objects, Predicate Adjectives, Predicate Nouns

Sentence Diagramming Basics 1
Subjects, predicates, helping verbs
Sentence Diagramming Basics 2
Diagramming adjectives and adverbs

Sentence Diagramming Basics 3
Prepositional Phrases

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