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What is the complete subject of the following sentence? Barack Obama was elected president in November 2008. a. Barack, b. Barack Obama, c. Obama, d. president
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Barack Obama was elected president in November 2008.
Barack Obama is the complete subject.
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what is the complete subject of the following sentence? Barack Obama was elected president in November 2008? a. Barack, b. Barack Obama, c. Obama, d. president
Weegy: "Barack Obama" is the complete subject of the sentence: Barack Obama was elected president in November 2008. (More)
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which of the following is NOT a proper contraction made with a pronoun? a. it's, b. we're, c. you'r, d. let's
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Let's is not a contaction made with a pronoun. it, we and you are all pronouns, let is a verb.
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which of the following can be used to relate a noun or pronoun to another part of the sentence? a. an adverb, b. a preposition, c. either of the above, d. none of the above
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Identify the preposition in the following sentence: You can't live hiding in your room all day. a. in, b. all, c. can't, d. room
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You can't live hiding in your room all day. The preposition is: IN.
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