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A terrifying storm raged through the town. simple subject: verb:
A terrifying storm raged through the town. Simple subject: storm; verb: raged.
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A terrifying storm raged through the town. Simple subject: storm; verb: raged.
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Walk, work, and bark are linking verbs that commonly precede a predicate adjective. True False
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Walk, work, and bark are linking verbs that commonly precede a predicate adjective. FALSE
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The indirect object may be _____. compound complex complete
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The indirect object may be compound.
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Which sentence part sits between the verb and the direct object? subject indirect object predicate noun
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