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The Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS), PLLC is a network of specialty mental health centers united by a central mission: to deliver state-of-the-art, evidence-based psychological treatments with genuine compassion and care. We believe it is our responsibility to stay up to date with current research and advances in our field, so that when people entrust us with their care, we can confidently say that we are providing treatments that have the best science behind them. We also believe that people learn and grow best when they are in an environment of genuine compassion and support. Science and compassion: it’s a simple formula and one that is at the core of everything we do. It is also what has made EBTCS a leader in our community for over a decade.

How do we do it? We regularly meet as a community to keep our training and education up to date. We meet weekly as treatment teams to help each other maintain our high standards of excellence and to think creatively about how to apply evidence-based treatments in ways that meet the needs of each individual. We track our clients’ outcomes over the course of treatment so we can evaluate whether what we are doing is working. And we conduct our own practice-based research to contribute to the ever evolving science of mental health care. In short, we work hard to make sure that those who seek our services get the very best care we can provide.

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The Parts of the Sentence

The parts of the sentence are a set of terms for describing how people construct sentences from smaller pieces. There is not a direct correspondence between the parts of the sentence and the parts of speech -- the subject of a sentence, for example, could be a noun, a pronoun, or even an entire phrase or clause. Like the parts of speech, however, the parts of the sentence form part of the basic vocabulary of grammar, and it is important that you take some time to learn and understand them.

Every complete sentence contains two parts: a subject and a predicate . The subject is what (or whom) the sentence is about, while the predicate tells something about the subject. In the following sentences, the predicate is enclosed in braces ({}), while the subject is highlighted .

To determine the subject of a sentence, first isolate the verb and then make a question by placing "who?" or "what?" before it -- the answer is the subject.

The verb in the above sentence is "littered." Who or what littered? The audience did. "The audience" is the subject of the sentence. The predicate (which always includes the verb) goes on to relate something about the subject: what about the audience? It "littered the theatre floor with torn wrappings and spilled popcorn."

Unusual Sentences

Imperative sentences (sentences that give a command or an order) differ from conventional sentences in that their subject, which is always "you," is understood rather than expressed.

Be careful with sentences that begin with "there" plus a form of the verb "to be." In such sentences, "there" is not the subject; it merely signals that the true subject will soon follow.

If you ask ? or before the verb ("were cowering"), the answer is "three stray kittens," the correct subject.

Simple Subject and Simple Predicate

noun or pronoun (or more) that, when stripped of all the words that modify it, is known as the simple subject . Consider the following example:

The subject is built around the noun "piece," with the other words of the subject -- "a" and "of pepperoni pizza" -- modifying the noun. "Piece" is the simple subject.

Likewise, a predicate has at its centre a simple predicate , which is always the verb or verbs that link up with the subject. In the example we just considered, the simple predicate is "would satisfy" -- in other words, the verb of the sentence.

A sentence may have a compound subject -- a simple subject consisting of more than one noun or pronoun -- as in these examples:

The second sentence above features a compound predicate , a predicate that includes more than one verb pertaining to the same subject (in this case, "walked" and "admired").

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