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Which word is the simple subject of the sentence? Yesterday, loud raindrops hit the windows at the front of the house. A. windows B. raindrops C. house D. yesterday
Yesterday, loud raindrops hit the windows at the front of the house. The simple subject is: RAINDROPS.
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Yesterday, loud raindrops hit the windows at the front of the house.
The simple subject is: RAINDROPS.

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The simple subject is the RAINDROPS.

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