Definition:Simple Statement

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A simple statement is a statement which has one subject and one predicate.

For example, the statement:

London is the capital of England

is a simple statement.

London is the subject and is the capital of England is the predicate.

Also known as

Some sources refer to a simple statement as an atomic statement or atomic sentence.

This is because simple statements are atomic in propositional logic.