Subject and Predicate – Exercises for Class 4

A sentence has two parts: subject and predicate.

The part of the sentence that tells us what or whom the sentence is about is called the subject. The part of the sentence that tells us something about the subject is called the predicate.

Q. Underline the subjects and italicise the predicate in the following subjects.

  1. Bheem is a brave boy.
  2. Raju and Jaggu are friends.
  3. Kalia is very naughty.
  4. Dholakpur is a small town.
  5. Indumati is the princess.

Answer

  1. Bheem is a brave boy.
  2. Raju and Jaggu are friends.
  3. Kalia is very naughty.
  4. Dholakpur is a small town.
  5. Indumati is the princess.

Q. Fill in the blanks with suitable subjects.

  1. __________ will come tomorrow.
  2. __________ study in my class.
  3. __________ shine in the sky.
  4. __________ has a trunk.

Answer

  1. He
  2. I
  3. Stars
  4. Elephant

Q. Fill in the blanks with suitable predicates.

  1. Neha __________________________.
  2. Chetan and Anu __________________________.
  3. John __________________________.
  4. My favourite cricketer __________________________.

Answer

  1. Neha is a writer.
  2. Chetan and Anu are going to school.
  3. John is reading a book.
  4. My favourite cricketer will not be playing tomorrow.

Q. Match the following subjects with suitable predicates.

1. The baby
2. The birds
3. Mohan
4. They
5. The girls
1. is tired
2. are dancing
3. is crying loudly
4. are chirping
5. are playing football

Answer

  1. The baby is crying loudly.
  2. The birds are chirping.
  3. Mohan is tired.
  4. They are playing football.
  5. The girls are dancing.

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