What Is A Complete Predicate?

A complete predicate is made up of a verb and all the words that help modify the verb. For example, in the sentence “The superhero ran faster than the eye could see”, “ran” would be the verb, but the words “faster than the eye could see” are all used to modify the verb “ran;” therefore, the complete predicate would be “ran faster than the eye could see”.


Complete Predicates
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