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English Composition Questions CollegeKidPoet July 8, 2016 Abstract Your abstract. 1 A sentence contains one or more 1.1 A. subject and verb. Correct; sentences are normally made up of one or more clauses, which one clause normally contains both a subject and a verb. 1.2 B. subject or verb. Well, you can have a sentence commonly without a verb. Ex. ”Like this one.” 1.3 C. prepositional phrases. Fun Fact: In any sentence, a prepositional phrase will never contain a sentence’s subject. 1.4 D. pronouns. 2 The subject of the sentence tells 2.1 A. what the subject does. True 2.2 B. the position of the subject in relation to other nouns in the sentence. Also true. 2.3 C. who or what the sentence is about. Also true. 1
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2.4 D. all of the above Correct; subjects are basically just the noun in a clause or sentence whose main goal is to takes action. 3 A verb expresses 3.1 A. action only. True 3.2 B. a state of being only. True 3.3 C. action or a state of being. Correct; verbs are here to express tenses (mainly grammatical ones) to help convey if it’s either based on the action 3.4 D. who or what the sentence is about. That’s a complete subject. 4 A subject can be a 4.1 A. person.
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