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Unformatted text preview: is an adjective here and is part of what is known as the complete subject. From the ceiling hung the chandelier . The verb is hung . Now, if you think ceiling is the subject, slow down. Ask who or what hung. The answer is chandelier , not ceiling . Therefore, chandelier is the subject. Rule 4. Any request or command such as "Stop!" or "Walk quickly." has the understood subject you because if we ask who is to stop or walk quickly, the answer must be you . Example: (You ) Please bring me some coffee. Bring is the verb. Who is to do the bringing? You understood. Rule 5. Sentences often have more than one subject, more than one verb, or pairs of subjects and verbs. Examples: I like cake and he likes ice cream. Two pairs of subjects and verbs He and I like cake. Two subjects and one verb She lifts weights and jogs daily. One subject and two verbs...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course ENGLISH ENC1101 taught by Professor Amador during the Fall '11 term at Broward College.
- Fall '11