Which is the noun in the sentence Joe likes sleeping?
The noun is Joe.
There is no appositive in the sentence given. An appositive is a noun or noun phrase that renames another noun or pronoun just before it. An appositive is set off in a sentence with a comma before and after it. Examples of the sentence with appositive are: My uncle, Joe, bought a dozen tulips. The noun 'Joe' renames the noun phrase 'My uncle'. My Uncle Joe, a friendly fellow, bought a dozen tulips. The noun…
No, even when the refexive pronoun starts the sentence, it is not the subject of the sentence. For example: Himself a carpenter, Joe offered to fix the church's broken step. Myself, I have no opinion on the matter. In sentence one, the noun Joe is the subject of the sentence; in sentence two, I is the subject of the sentence.
If it would be "I" alone, then it is "Joe and I". Example 1: "I am going out", "Joe and I are going out" (subject of sentence). If it would be "me" alone, then it is "Joe and me". Example 2: "She gave it to me", "She gave it to Joe and me" (object of sentence). There is no need ever to get it wrong if you follow this simple rule.
every girl that likes the Jonas brothers should like joe but then everyone fell for nick but i still love joe he is the hottest guy ever :) Ya. Joe is the hottest one of the Jonas brothers! But girls who like funny and cute guys should like Joe.Right now Joe Jonas likes Taylor Swift. He likes girls with good personalities and is themselves!