English Grammar

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What is the subject of the following sentence? "Allie's house is near the fire station?"

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    It's best to find the verb first, then find the subject.

    In this sentence, the verb is a linking verb -- "is" -- so now ask yourself: What "is near the fire station?" Confine your answer to one word, a noun.

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