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alijamil Tuesday, August 20, 2013 03:53 PM

Saperate the Subject & Predicates
 
[B]These Sentences Take from the book of Werm & Martin
[/B]Correct the staments

[1][B]The cackling of geese saved ROM.
[2]The Boy stood on the burning deck.
[3]Tubal Cain was a man of might.
[4]Stone walls do not make a prison.
[5]The singing of the birds delight us.
[6]Miss Kitty was rude at the table one day.
[7]He has a good memory.
[8]Bad habits grow unconsciously.
[9]The earth revolves round the sun.
[10]Nature is the best physician.
[11]Edison invented the phonograph.
[12]The sea hath many thousands sands.
[13]We can not pump the ocean dry.
[14]Borrowed garments never fit well.
[15]The early bird catches the worm.
[16]All matter is indestructible.
[17]Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan.
[18]We should profit by experience.
[19]All roads lead to Rome.
[20]A guilty conscience needs no excuse.
[21]The beautiful rainbow soon faded away.
[22]No man can serve two masters.
[23]A sick room should be well aired.
[24]The dewdrops glitter in the sunshine.
[25]I shot an arrow into the air.
[26]A barking sound the shepherd hears.
[27]On the top of the hill lives a hermit.[/B]

alijamil Tuesday, August 20, 2013 06:28 PM

Solved with statement

[B]What is Subject ?
[/B]
When we make a sentence we mostly use two things for Subject
i : We name some person or thing
ii: Say something about that person or thing
in other words, we must have a subject to s peak about and we must say or predicate something about that subject.
Hence every sentence has two parts--------
[B]1: Subject :[/B]\
The part which which names the person or t hing we are speaking about. This is called the [B]Subject[/B] of the sentence

[B]2: Predicate[/B]
The part which tells something about the subject. This is called [B]Predicate[/B] of the sentence

The subject of a sentence usually comes first,
but occasionally it is put after the predicate:as ,
[B]Here Comes the Bus[/B]
in this sentence bus is [B]Subject[/B] and Comes here is [B]predicate.[/B]

In imperative sentences the [B]Subject[/B] is left out: as'
Sit Down ( here the subject is hide but someone taking to [B]"You"[/B])

[1]The cackling of geese saved ROM.
[B]Subject[/B] : cackling of geese
[B]Predicate[/B] : saved ROM

[2]The Boy stood on the burning deck.
[B]Subject[/B] : The Boy
[B]Predicate[/B] : Stood on the burning desk

[3]Tubal Cain was a man of might.
[B]Subject[/B] : Tubal Cain
[B]Predicate[/B] : was a man of might

[4]Stone walls do not make a prison.
[B]Subject[/B] : Stone Walls
[B]Predicate[/B] : don't make a prison

[5]The singing of the birds delight us.
[B]Subject[/B] : the singing of the birds
[B]Predicate[/B] : delight us

[6]Miss Kitty was rude at the table one day.
[B]Subject[/B] : Miss Kitty
[B]Predicate[/B] : was rude at the table one day

[7]He has a good memory.
[B]Subject[/B] : Miss Kitty
[B]Predicate[/B] : was rude at the table one day

[8]Bad habits grow unconsciously.
[B]Subject[/B] : Bad Habits
[B]Predicate[/B] : grow unconsciously

[9]The earth revolves round the sun.
[B]Subject[/B] : The earth
[B]Predicate[/B] : revolves round the sun


[10]Nature is the best physician.
[B]Subject[/B] : Nature
[B]Predicate[/B] : is the best physician

[11]Edison invented the phonograph.
[B]Subject[/B] : Edison
[B]Predicate[/B] : invented the phonograph.

[12]The sea hath many thousands sands.
[B]Subject[/B] : The sea
[B]Predicate[/B] : hath many thousands sands

[13]We can not pump the ocean dry.
[B]Subject[/B] : We
[B]Predicate[/B] : can not pump the ocean dry

[14]Borrowed garments never fit well.
[B]Subject[/B] : Borrowed garments
[B]Predicate[/B] : not fit well

[15]The early bird catches the worm.
[B]Subject[/B] : The early birds
[B]Predicate[/B] : catches the worm

[16]All matter is indestructible.
[B]Subject[/B] : All matter is
[B]Predicate[/B] : indestructible

[17]Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan.
[B]Subject[/B] : Islamabad
[B]Predicate[/B] : is the capital of Pakistan

[18]We should profit by experience.
[B]Subject[/B] : We
[B]Predicate[/B] : should profit by experience

[19]All roads lead to Rome.
[B]Subject[/B] : All roads
[B]Predicate[/B] : lead to Rome

[20]A guilty conscience needs no excuse.
[B]Subject[/B] : A guilty conscience
[B]Predicate[/B] : needs no excuse

[21]The beautiful rainbow soon faded away.
[B]Subject[/B] : The beautiful rainbow
[B]Predicate[/B] : soon faded away

[22]No man can serve two masters.
[B]Subject[/B] : No man
[B]Predicate[/B] : can serve two masters

[23]A sick room should be well aired.
[B]Subject[/B] : A sick room
[B]Predicate[/B] : should be well aired

[24]The dewdrops glitter in the sunshine.
[B]Subject[/B] : The dewdrops
[B]Predicate[/B] : glitter in the sunshine

[25]I shot an arrow into the air.
[B]Subject[/B] : I
[B]Predicate[/B] : shot an arrow into the air

[26]A barking sound the shepherd hears.
[B]Subject[/B] : the shepherd hears
[B]Predicate[/B] : A barking sound

[27]On the top of the hill lives a hermit.
[B]Subject[/B] : lives a hermit
[B]Predicate[/B] : On the top of the hill


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