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Subject and verb. The two sisters lived in Yorkshire England. is the subject sisters or two sisiters?

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    If you look back on your previous posts this evening, I think you'll see your answer.

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    Ask yourself what part of speech "two" is- both are completely different parts of speech, but one of your answers is right

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