Part of a complete thought–The predicate

The predicate (verb) provides information about the subject (noun), such as what the subject is, what the subject is doing, or what the subject is like. A verb is an action word in the grammatical center of a predicate

Alice dances wacky. 

A complete predicate consists of the verb and all accompanying modifiers and other words that receive the action, or complete its meaning. Definition is from The Longman Handbook for Writers and Readers.

Say What You Mean. Mean What You Say. Know what you’e saying. 


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I love Interior Design at 62, cannot think of anything else I would rather be doing. It is the right of every dweller to love where they ;live, no matter where and in what that may be in. The goal here is to introduce or reintroduce dwellers to their spaces, make them over and fall in love all over again. You don't have to live on Park Avenue to have a Park Place. There is where my talents begin.
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