Subject-Predicate Worksheet-2

Subject-Predicate Worksheet-2

 

  1. Recognise the subject of the sentence:

The teacher punished the student.

A. The student                               B. The teacher – the student

C. The teacher                               D. The teacher punished

 

  1. Recognise the subject of the sentence:

The children sang a nice song.

A. Sang a nice song                       B. The children

C. The children sang                    D. A nice song

 

  1. Recognise the predicate of the sentence:

Sheila goes to school every day.

A. Sheila                                         B. Sheila goes to school

C. Goes to school everyday         D. School

 

  1. Recognise the predicate of the sentence:

These mangoes are ripe.

A. Are ripe                                      B. Are ripe

C. Mangoes                                    D. Ripe

 

  1. Recognise the subject of the sentence:

Will you come to my house?

A. Will you                                     B. You

C. To my house                             D. Come to my house

 

  1. Recognise the subject of the sentence:

Keep the box on the table.

A. The box                                      B. Keep

C. On the table                              D. You

 

  1. Recognise the predicate of the sentence:

Geeta is my best friend.

A. Is my best friend                      B. Geeta

C. My best friend                          D. Geeta is

 

  1. Recognise the predicate of the sentence:

Open your books to page 24.

A. Your books

B. Open

C. Open your books to page 24

D. Page 24

 

  1. Recognise the predicate of the sentence:

The horse is brown in colour.

A. The horse                                  B. Is brown in colour

C. Brown in colour                       D. The horse is brown

 

  1. Recognise the subject of the sentence:

My dog Fido guards our house at night.

A. My dog Fido                             B. Guards our house at night

C. Our house at night                  D. Guards

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Explanation: Since ‘the teacher’ is the doer of the action, this is the subject of the sentence.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘The children’ are the doers of the action, so this is the subject of the sentence.

  1. C

Explanation: Verb + other words = predicate. Thus ‘goes + to school every day’ is the predicate of the sentence.

  1. A

Explanation: Verb + other words = predicate. Thus, ‘are + ripe’ is the predicate of the sentence.

  1. B

Explanation: The doer of the action is ‘you’ so this is the subject of the sentence.

  1. D

Explanation: Here the subject is hidden as it is ‘you’ who will do the action, thus the unwritten pronoun ‘you’ is the subject of the sentence.

  1. A

Explanation: Verb + other words = predicate. Thus, ‘is + my best friend’ is the predicate of the sentence.

  1. C

Explanation: Verb + other words = predicate. Thus, ‘open + your books to page 24’ is the predicate.

  1. B

Explanation: Verb + other words = predicate. Thus, ‘is + brown in colour’ is the predicate of the sentence.

  1. A

Explanation: The dog Fido is the doer of the action hence ‘My dog Fido’ is the subject of the sentence.