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Sentence and Word Structure
Parts of Speech
State is the subject does is or has in a sentence?
What is the 'subject' of a sentence?
The subject is the principal noun in a sentence. The subject is the person, place or thing that the sentence is all about. Washington is the western state with the most reservations. The sentence is all about Washington. Even though 'state' and 'reservations' are nouns, the subject is Washington. In the Pacific, dolphins are extremely fast swimmers. The subject is 'dolphins'.
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure, Verbs
Where can you find the subject and verb in a sentence?
Asked in Grammar
Check if this sentence is grammatically correct - sending goods back as they are not in hygienic state to be repaired or credited?
What is the simple subject of this sentence come to the state fair?
Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure, Verbs
Do you capitalize the subject reading in a sentence?
Asked in Grammar
The subject of a sentence may be what part of a sentence?
What is the subject in the sentence what is your favorite subject?
Asked in Example Sentences
What is subject and how to make a sentence on subject?
What is the subject in the sentence have you talked to him about this?
How do you state what the subject does is or has in a sentence?
verb The subject is the main thing being talked about in the sentence. It is always a noun/pronoun. It always does the action in the sentence, otherwise known as the verb. The subject can be common or proper, singular or plural. Example sentences: "The young man ran the long marathon." Man is the simple subject in that sentence. "The phone's keyboard was acting up." Keyboard is the simple subject in that sentence. "The papers blew across the room." Papers is the simple subject in that sentence. *Note: Simple subject is a term referring strictly to the subject. The complete subject is everything before the predicate/verb.
Asked in Verbs
What is the subject and verb of this sentence the gold rush brought thousands of miners and settlers to the state?
Does a subject tell who or what a sentence is about?