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Tons of dirt will come from nearby acres of wetlands. Identify the simple predicate.
a) dirt
b) tons
c) will come
d) acres

Can this problem ever be fairly resolved? Identify the simple predicate.
a) can ever be
b) can be resolved
c) be resolved
d) can

A vocal group of environmentalists favors nonintervention. Identify the simple predicate.
a) group
b) favors
c) nonintervention
d) vocal

Explain the consequences of this action. Identify the simple subject.
a) You
b) action
c) consequences
d) explain

There are huge consequences on both sides of the question. Identify the simple predicate.
a) consequences
b) There
c) sides
d) are

Along the river are miles and miles of levees that the Army Corps of Engineers built. Identify the simple subject.
a) river
b) miles
c) levees
d) Engineers

The United States Congress made flood control a federal responsibility in 1928. Identify the simple predicate.
a) control
b) made
c) responsibilitiy
d) United

Ms. Jorgensen, please tell us about those levees. Identify the simple subject.
a) levees
b) us
c) tell
d) Ms. Jorgensen

Today, levees protect the land and people along the Mississipppi River from floods. Identify the simple predicate.
a) levees
b) people
c) protect
d) land

Forty-one percent of the runoff in the United States flows into the Gulf of Mexico. Identify the simple subject.
a) runoff
b) flows
c) gulf
d) percent

Where does all that water go? Identify the simple predicate.
a) does go
b) water
c) go
d) does

Look at this article about the Mississippi River. Identify the simple subject.
a) article
b) You
c) Mike
d) River

Runoff water from thirty-one states and two provinces in Canada is carried by the MIssissippi River. Identify the simple subject.
a) water
b) states
c) provinces
d) Canada

In fact, thousands of acres of wetlands will be lost. Identify the simple subject.
a) acres
b) thousands
c) wetlands
d) fact

On the other hand, farmers all along the delta are threatened by flooding. Identify the simple predicate.
a) farmers
b) hand
c) by flooding
d) are threatened

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