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The predicate of a sentence is a group of words that is acted upon by the subject what is said about the subject or what the subject does the form of a verb used to show when an action happened a verb quality that tells if it's subject performs or receives acion

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The predicate of a sentence is what is said about the subject or what the subject does. The first option refers to the direct object. The third option refers to the tense of the verb. The final option refers to passive or active mood.

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