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2016-02-10T17:47:45+05:30
The nature of the predicate in grammar is that it is one of the two parts of the sentence, the other being the subject, and its purpose is to provide some information about the subject, such as what it does or what the subject is like.

The predicate of every sentence contains a verb; for,. as we have seen, the verb is the part of speech used in making assertions. The verb of a sentence is sometimes called the predicate verb.

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