Subject / predicate

The exercise was created 2019-06-11 by kajbentfors. Question count: 15.




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  • "John" speaks English very well. subject
  • John "speaks" English very well. predicate
  • John also "spoke" German. predicate
  • I "would like to have" a cup of coffee. predicate
  • Did you "write" that letter yourself? predicate
  • In the morning, "Mary" usually goes for a swim. subject
  • In the morning, Mary usually "goes" for a swim. predicate
  • In the evening, John "used to mail" me. predicate
  • In the evening, "John" used to mail me. subject
  • At night, "shops" are closed. subject
  • At night, shops "are closed". predicate
  • Rudolf Diesel "invented" the diesel engine. predicate
  • "Rudolf Diesel" invented the diesel engine. subject
  • The old man "was" sick. predicate
  • "The old man" was sick subject

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