Hi Michael, a predicate is one of the two main parts of a sentence. For example, "John [is yellow]". John is the subject, and is yellow is the predicate, which modifies the description of the subject. It is usually headed with a verb.

Here are some other examples:

He was cooking dinner (he subject and was cooking is the predicate).

Andrew threw the ball (Andrew is the subject and threw the pr... more

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