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Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. I felt much better. B. The nurse felt my pulse. C. We can't leave without seeing her. D. The day ended with many surprises
The sentence that has a subject complement is: A. I felt much better. A subject complement is usually a noun or an adjective that follows a verb like to be, to become, to appear, to feel, to look, to smell, to taste, etc. [ ]
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