Simple Complete Subject. The simple subject governs the verb. Subjects The complete subject is the simple subject (a noun or a pronoun) plus any words or group of words modifying the simple subject that tells who or what the sentence is about: The high from my.
Help your class understand the difference between simple and. Use the toolbar above to underline the simple subject once and the verb of each sentence twice. The simple subject of a sentence, or the subject of the predicate verb, is the noun, pronoun, phrase, or clause, which.
Complete subject is when a noun has an additional description for example: the girl of my dreams lives in Cristo del consuelo and a simple subject is when the noun has not much description for example.
Simple subject - main word or word group that tells whom or what the sentence is Directions: Underline the complete subject.
Tell if the simple/complete subject or predicate is missing from the sentence. Complete subject: Hans Zimmer's dramatic sound track to the movie Inception. Displaying all worksheets related to - Simple Complete Subject.