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What is the simple subject of the following sentence? During the night, the frightened child called for his mother and father. A. Child B. Night C. His D. Frightened
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User: What is the simple subject of the following sentence? During the night, the frightened child called for his mother and father. A. Child B. Night C. His D. Frightened

Weegy: During the night, the frightened child called for his mother and father. The simple subject of the sentence is CHILD.
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User: Which one of the following word or words is an example of a correlative conjunction? A. Since B. Because C. And D. Either . . . or

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Either . . . or is an example of a correlative conjunction.
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