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Q: In the sentence "Deadalus and his son lcarus were imprisoned in a great maze. Which of the following answers represents the words Daedalus and his son A. Object of a preposition B. Complete
predicate C. Complete subject or D. Independent clause
A: Complete subject represents the words Daedalus and his son in the sentence: "Deadalus and his son lcarus were imprisoned in a great maze.".
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User: In the sentence "Deadalus and his son lcarus were imprisoned in a great maze. Which of the following answers represents the words Daedalus and his son A. Object of a preposition B. Complete predicate C. Complete subject or D. Independent clause

Weegy: Daedalus and his son, represents a Independent Clause.







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Complete subject represents the words Daedalus and his son in the sentence: "Deadalus and his son lcarus were imprisoned in a great maze.".

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