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Which one of the following complete subjects agrees with the predicate "has learned Spanish"? A. Jennifer and her class B. Either Samuel or his children C. Neither Jane nor Henry D. The twins, Tina and Terry,
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A run-on sentence is a group of words with A. two or more sentences written as one. B. no predicate. C. a compound predicate and subject. D. no subject.
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As it sailed south, Lord Nelson's great ship, Victory, met the Spanish fleet near Trafalgar. 1. The complete predicate of the sentence begins with the word A. met. B. the. C. great. D. sailed.
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A simple subject can be either a noun or a/an A. adverb. B. adjective. C. verb. D. pronoun.
Weegy: A simple subject can be either a noun or a/an D. It's a pronoun. The subject of a sentence could be I, him, her, etc. but could not be run, (verb) fluffy, (adjective) or quickly (adverb). [ The subject must be an actual thing, not a description or action. ] (More)
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What is the purpose of the following sentence? I think it would be best to study the problem carefully. A. It gives a command. B. It makes a statement. C. It raises a questions. D. It shows strong emotion.
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