In each of the following sentences identify the subject and the predicate.
1. A rolling stone gathers no moss.
2. Borrowed garments never fit well.
3. She has been to all the continents.
4. A barking dog seldom bites.
5. On the top of the hill lives a hermit.
6. You never cease to amaze me.
7. We should profit from our experience.
8. Suddenly one of the wheels came off.
9. A dark figure appeared in the hallway.
10. Someone rose to speak.
11. When did she die?
12. Who told you this?
13. No man can serve two masters.
1. A rolling stone (subject) / gathers no moss (predicate).
2. Borrowed garments (subject) / never fit well (predicate).
3. She (subject) / has been to all the continents (predicate).
4. A barking dog (subject) / seldom bites (predicate).
5. On the top of the hill lives (predicate) / a hermit (subject).
6. You (subject) / never cease to amaze me (predicate).
7. We (subject) / should profit from our experience (predicate).
8. Suddenly one of the wheels came off. (one of the wheels – subject / suddenly came off – predicate)
9. A dark figure (subject) / appeared in the hallway (predicate).
10. Someone (subject) / rose to speak (predicate).
11. When did she die? (she – subject / when did die – predicate)
12. Who (subject) / told you this (predicate)?
13. No man (subject) / can serve two masters (predicate).