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I need help determining what the simple subject and the complete subject is in the following sentence.

There are no known allergies.

There is the simple subject?
I'm not sure what the complete subject is.
Thanks for your help.

  • Grammar -

    No, sorry. This time the sentence is exhibiting reverse word order.

    There = introductory word
    are = main verb
    allergies = main subject
    no & known are adjectives modifying the subject

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