9th grade english

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need help dissecting five sentences for parts of speech and sentence
1) Following too closely behind a car can be dangerous

  • 9th grade English -

    If you tell us what YOU THINK the main subject and verb are, we'll work with you on the rest.

  • 9th grade English -

    Hint: The subject of that sentence is a gerund phrase.

    http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/gerund.htm

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