First, the technical jargon: Every complete sentence contains two elements: a subject and a predicate. The predicate is a verb or a verb phrase. Run is a verb; run well is a verb phrase, where well describes how the person runs. The subject is a noun or pronoun (Dave is a noun; he is a [Read more....]

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