Simple verbs, compound verbs or verbal phrases.
It should be noted that a sentence with a simple verb as its predicate rarely appears without at least one other element, such as a particle or a time phrase. When it does appear without another element, it is usually in context.
(Situation: Wang is throwing a party. Li and Zhang are talking about it.)
Lǐ：Nǐ men qù ma ？
Li: Are you (plural) going?
Zhāng：Wǒ qù ；wǒ nǚ péng yǒu bú qù 。
Zhang: I am going; my girlfriend is not.
Mā mā：zuó tiān de wǎn huì，nǐ gēn mèi mèi biǎo yǎn le shí me jiē mù？
Mother: What did you and your younger sister perform at yesterday’s evening party?
ér zǐ ：wǒ chàng gē ，tā tiào wǔ 。
Son: I sang; she danced.
(唱歌 and 跳舞 are both compound verbs.)
Wǒ xǐ huān lǐ xiǎo jiě；lǐ xiǎo jiě bú xǐ huān wǒ。
I like Miss Li; Miss Li does not like me.
(喜欢李小姐 and 不喜欢我 are verbal phrases.)
 Yip, P. C., Rimmington, D., Xiaoming, Z., & Henson, R. (2009). Basic Chinese: a grammar and workbook. Taylor & Francis.
 Teng, W. H. (2016). Yufa! A practical guide to Mandarin Chinese grammar. Taylor & Francis.