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Which of the following sentences contains a subject complement? A. Ancient Roman architecture is magnificent! B. When my teacher visited the Pantheon, she loved it. C. She also visited the
Colosseum. D. She enjoyed the Pantheon more.
The sentence that contains a subject complement is: A. Ancient Roman architecture is magnificent!
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