English writing rules

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Directions:Correct the following sentence if needed given under the rule of:Inclusive-language-talking about perple with disabilities and diseases.

(1) Her brother's friend is an AIDS victim.


The problem is the word "victim." Can you rewrite the sentence without using that word?

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i don't know what asimplesubject is.


The simple subject is the one word (or maybe two or ? if it's a proper noun) that serves as the subject of a sentence.

http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/subject.htm <~~Here is an excellent explanation with examples. The first section is explaining what the subject is; the second section is explaining the difference between the complete subject and the simple subject.

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