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1) the early bird catches the worm.
2) all matter is indestructible.
3) islamabad is the capital of pakistan.
4) we should profit by experience.
5) all roads lead to rome.
6) a guilty conscience needs no excuse.
7) the beautiful rainbow soon faded away.
8) no man can serve two masters.
9) a sick room should be well aired.
10) the dewdrops glitter in the sunshine.
11) i shot an arrow into the air.
12) a barking sound the shepherd hears.
13) on the top of the hill lives a hermit.
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Anonymous subject and predicate
Subject. Who or what is the sentence about? (This is usually stated first.)
Predicate. What is said about the subject? What does the subject do, for example?

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No man - subject

Can serve two masters - predicate

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Subject is necessity

Predicate- is the mother of all inventions

1) The early bird ( Subject) catches the worm (predicate). 2) All matters (Subject). Is indestructible (predicate).



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1) The early bird ( Subject) catches the worm (predicate). 2) All matters (Subject). Is indestructible (predicate).

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3) Islamabad ( subject) is the capital of Pakistan (Predicate).
4) We( subject) Should profit by experience.(Predicate)
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