What is a subject with at least two parts joined by and is called what?
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What are all the parts in the subject of a sentence called?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What are organs and other body parts joined together to perform a particular function called?
Asked in Airplanes and Aircraft
What are the pieces of an airplane joined together with?
Asked in Grammar, The Difference Between
What is the difference between compound a plural and collective subjects?
Compound subjects have at least two parts joined by or . . . nor, not only . . . but also, or and, as in snacks and fruit juice, and each part may be singular or plural. A plural subject has just one word as the simple subject, but that word is plural (like plates). Finally, a collective subject contains a simple subject representing a group (such as jury, which describes a group of twelve); the collective subject may be singular (jury) or plural (juries).
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What are large flat ares higher than the land around them called?
Asked in Geology, Ceramics and Pottery
How should clay be joined together?
In a process called "slipping" and "scoring". In this procedure, the artist, "scores", or roughs up, both parts of the clay that will be joined together then, with clay watered down to about the consistensy of pudding, he dabs both parts in this "slip" and presses both sides together. This process works well if bisqued afterwards.
Asked in Algebra, Writing and Composition
The process of dividing into parts to study the whole is called?
Subject of a sentence may be what parts of speech?
If the simple subject is a single word or a group of single words joined by a coordinating conjunction, each word of the simple subject except the conjunctions must be a noun or pronoun. The subject can also be a noun clause, but this will not be a single word or simply coordinated single words. If the subject is a clause, the clause may contain any part of speech.