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topic: Subject or predicate? 1

Choose whether the bolded phrase is the SUBJECT or PREDICATE of the sentence. If it contains part of the subject as well as part of the predicate, choose NEITHER.
eg: Jim likes to eat cereal. --> PREDICATE


1. The senator wanted to apologize to the committee.
  PREDICATE
  NEITHER
  SUBJECT

2. My mother's computer was stolen last night.
  SUBJECT
  NEITHER
  PREDICATE

3.The little girl's cat was running around playfully.
  PREDICATE
  SUBJECT
  NEITHER

4. Many of the students take the bus to school.
  SUBJECT
  NEITHER
  PREDICATE

5. On Mondays I eat cereal.
  SUBJECT
  PREDICATE
  NEITHER

6. Fiona laughed so hard that the neighbors heard her.
  SUBJECT
  NEITHER
  PREDICATE

7. A couple of students failed their chemistry exams.
  PREDICATE
  SUBJECT
  NEITHER

8. Jim's dog is seven years old.
  PREDICATE
  NEITHER
  SUBJECT

9. Most universities rejected his application.
  NEITHER
  SUBJECT
  PREDICATE

10. New York City is the biggest city in the USA.
  PREDICATE
  SUBJECT
  NEITHER


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