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A simple sentence is composed of one principal sentence. To analyze a simple sentence, it is divided first into logical subject and logical predicate. For example, in the sentence "Washington, the general of the Americans, captured a large British army at Yorktown". Logical subject is "Washington, the general of the Americans". Logical predicate is "captured a large British army at Yorktown".
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