Example: We ride our bikes to school.
We is the subject and ride our bikes to school is the predicate in this clause.
Examples: the fifth graders (This is a noun phrase.)
wrote their reports (This is a verb phrase)
about George Washington (This is a prepositional phrase.)
Note: If you put these three phrases together, they would form a complete sentence:
The fifth graders wrote their reports about George Washington.
Kinds of Phrases: Phrases are named by how they are used in a sentence -- noun phrase, verb phrase, and prepositional phrase.
Directions: Combine the sentences using who, which, or that clauses. Write at least two more example sentences for each of who, which, and that clauses. As a homework, read a book and note down sentences containing who, which, and that clauses.