Subject and predicate worksheet for class 3

Each sentence is made up of two parts – the subject and the predicate.

The subject is the person or thing the sentence is about. The rest of the sentence tells us more about that person or thing. This part is called the predicate of the sentence.

In the following sentences separate the subject and the predicate.

1. The monkey was sitting on the branch.

2. The lions chased and killed the bull.

3. The children were writing their exams.

4. The smart boy solved the puzzle easily.

5. The girl and her little brother were waiting outside.

6. I have made a cake.

7. You are my best friend.

8. Father is working in the garage.

9. Parents take care of their children.

10. Raju and Radha are my best friends.

11. Bread and butter was served for breakfast.

12. The kind woman offered food to the beggar.

Answers

1. The monkey (subject) / was sitting on the branch (predicate).

2. The lions (subject) / chased and killed the bull (predicate).

3. The children (subject) / were writing their exams (predicate).

4. The smart boy (subject) / solved the puzzle easily (predicate).

5. The girl and her little brother (subject) / were waiting outside (predicate).

6. I (subject) / have made a cake (predicate).

7. You (subject) / are my best friend (predicate).

8. Father (subject) / is working in the garage (predicate).

9. Parents (subject) / take care of their children (predicate).

10. Raju and Radha (subject) / are my best friends (predicate).

11. Bread and butter (subject) / was served for breakfast (predicate).

12. The kind woman (subject) / offered food to the beggar (predicate).

image_pdfimage_print

Manjusha Nambiar

Hi, I am Manjusha. This is my blog where I give English grammar lessons and worksheets.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *