complete and simple subject
posted by justin on .
in this sentences (Some people like to take classes to learn new things.) i think that the complete subject is (some people) and the simple subject is (some) i need help understanding how i can find a complete and simple subject in a sentence
You're half right. The complete subject is some people. But the simple subject is people.
Some is an adjective in this sentence describing people.
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By the way, since you're studying grammar, you should get in the habit of using correct capitalization and punctuation.
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