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Sentences are formed with the help of word(s). The smallest sentence is “Go” & the longest sentence could be of around 60-70 words. But one must be modest and stick to the rule of brevity for the purpose of clarity in communication.
A sentence is divided into two parts : Subject & Predicate
Subject is a part of sentence where it names (noun) about which/whom we are talking about.
Predicate is that part of a sentence where something is being said about the name/noun (subject).
In sentence 1, mother is a subject & loves her child is a predicate. In sentence 2, my mother is subject and loves me is a predicate. Therefore, subject can be one word or group of words.
Generally, subject is placed in the beginning of a sentence ie. before the predicate, but sometimes it can be placed at the end of a sentence also ie. After the predicate.
Here comes the millioner.
In imperative sentences, the subject is silent
(the subject ‘you’ is understood /implied-is not stated)
Every word in a sentence does a particular function and they are called Parts of Speech: