Simple Subject and Predicate
Every simple sentence can be divided into two parts: the subject and the predicate.
Example: Milo | has a bicycle.
The subject is the part of the sentence that names whom or what the sentence is about. It is either a noun or pronoun. The subject of the sentences is the main thing or person – Milo.
The predicate is the part of the sentence that says something about the subject. It always contains a verb or verb phrase. The predicate is the rest of the sentence – has a bicycle. It always contain the verb which tells us what is happening.