Subject and Predicate – Exercises for Class 7

A group of words giving meaningful information is called a sentence. A sentence consists of two parts – subject and predicate.

The part that tells about whom or about what the sentence is talking about, is called the subject of the sentence.

The part that tells about what is being said in the sentence, is known as the predicate of the sentence.

Exercises

Q. Bold the subjects and underline the predicates in the following sentences.

  1. The Indian team won the match.
  2. The house at the corner of the street belong to my uncle.
  3. In that hut lived an old woman.
  4. What are you doing?
  5. Lokesh and his friends are playing in the park.

Answer

  1. The Indian team won the match.
  2. The house at the corner of the street belong to my uncle.
  3. In that hut lived an old woman.
  4. What are you doing?
  5. Lokesh and his friends are playing in the park.

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