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choose the sentence that has a subject complement
the nurse felt the pulse
I felt much better
the day ended with many surprises
we can't believe without seeing her

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    A subject complement is a noun, adjective, or pronoun after a verb. It means the same as the subject or describes the subject.

    The complement in the first sentence is "pulse." Is "pulse" the same as nurse? Does "pulse" describe the nurse? No. Then the first sentence does not have a subject complement.

    That gets you started. Which of the other three sentences has a subject complement? We'll be glad to check your answer.

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