Which is the simple predicate of the sentence?
The girl walks slowly and carefully across the bridge.
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Note, this question is asking for the predicate, not the subject. If it asked for the subject, you would be correct in saying girl, but it does not, unfortunately
then what is the answer
Okay, so remember how to find the subject? In order to find the subject, you look for the verb. When it comes to a simple predicate, your verb is just that. Girl is the subject here, and the simple predicate is walks. The girl walks
i think it is a or c
no cause a is an adjective
The reason it wouldn't be slowly, is because slowly is just an adverb. The verb is the important one. If you said "The girl slowly" and left it there, you'd get so confused. That's why "The girl walks" makes more sense. At least then you know what she did