What is the simple predicate of the following sentence?

The Saturn rocket made travel to the moon possible.

{A. Made}
B. Moon
C. Possible
{D. Travel}
is it A or D?

Im leaning towards D...

Remember that the verb/predicate is telling you what the ACTION is in the sentence. So ... is the rocket travelling somewhere? Is that exactly what this sentence is saying?

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To identify the simple predicate in a sentence, you need to look for the main verb and determine its tense and form. In the given sentence, the main verb is "made." The simple predicate is the verb itself without any modifiers or complements. It represents the action or state of being that is performed by the subject.

So, in this case, the simple predicate of the sentence is "made." Therefore, the correct answer is A, "Made."