What is the predicate of a sentence? What does that mean?
The simple predicate is a verb.
The compound predicate is more than one verb that tells what a subject is or does.
The complete predicate is everything that comes after the verb and all the words that follow that are related to that verb.
The subject is who or what is being talked about.
She runs home. In this sentence, she is the subject.
The predicate tells something about the subject, such as what he/she is doing.
She runs home. In this sentence, runs is the simple predicate. It is a verb and it tells what the subject is doing (running). "Runs home" would be the complete predicate.
She watches television and eats fruit. In this sentence, there are two things she is doing (watching and eating). They are the compound predicate. The complete predicate is everything that comes after the subject (still the pronoun she).