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Identifying a Sentence as Complete or Incomplete Part 3

A complete thought needs both a subject and a predicate. It also expresses a complete idea.

 

A subject (a noun or a pronoun with modifiers) tells who or what the sentence is about.

A predicate, such as a verb, tells what happens or what the subject is doing.

 

  • I wash dishes. 
I (subject) wash dishes (predicate)
  • He runs. 
He (subject)  runs (predicate)
  • Where are you going?
you (subject)   are going where (predicate)




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Remember :

The smallest number is the one that comes first while counting.

Solution :

To arrange the given numbers in order from smallest to greatest, find the smallest number among all the given numbers.

21,27,23

21 is the smallest number.