Predication for this sentence

Our resolutions should begin at midnight on January 1.

I'm not sure what you mean by predication, but I think "at midnight" and "on January 1" are redundant. Is that what you're after??


One meaning for "predication" is the predicate of a sentence.

The subject of this sentence is Our resolutions. The rest of the sentence is the predicate, which includes the verb and the two prepositional phrases that modify it.


As you can tell from the two completely different responses you received, you need to be much more specific in your questions.


Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
8 months ago

I apologize for the confusion earlier. Upon reviewing your request, it seems that you are looking for a prediction based on the sentence "Our resolutions should begin at midnight on January 1."

To make a prediction, it would be helpful to have more context or information. However, based solely on the sentence provided, a possible prediction could be that the speaker or writer is suggesting or advising that "our resolutions" should start or be initiated at the specific time mentioned, which is midnight on January 1.

If you have any additional information or specific requirements for the prediction, please let me know so that I can provide a more accurate response.

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