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how do I know where is the noun and verb of this sentences. Guess who came to the party? The dog ranto the window.

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    The noun is the person, place, or thing. The verb is the action.

  • verb and noun -

    Guess who came to the party?

    Because this sentence has both an independent and dependent clause, it has two verbs.

    Guess is the first one, and came is the second.

    The only noun in this sentence is party.

    However the sentence has two subjects. In the independent clause, the understood subject is (you). In the dependent clause, the subject is the pronoun who.

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