|3. Subject and Predicate|
The subject is the thing or person being talked in the sentence such as the action it performs as described by the verb, or the state of being as indicated by the verb. The subject can be a noun, pronoun or noun phrase, and usually comes before a main verb.
EXAMPLE: Beckam kicks the ball. (The subject Beckham does the action of kicking the ball.)
Sometimes, a subject is not visible but is understood as follow:
There can be no subject if it is a one-word or two-word sentence though the sentence makes sense.
The predicate tells us all about the subject. It consists of a verb, which may be one word or a phrase as indicated in the following table: