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Homework Help: grammar

Posted by Nick on Saturday, January 22, 2011 at 9:07pm.

Miss, give me that cake. In this sentence, is the subject "you" since it is imperative, or is the subject Miss. If you think of the sentence like this: (You) give me the cake, miss, it seems like it would be intransitive with an active verb. Is that right?

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