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What is subject and verb of this sentence...The rest of story was never told.

  • 5th grade -

    rest was

  • 5th grade -

    rest was told

  • 5th grade -

    Rest was told, good job Ms.Sue. I am a 12 year old in the 8th grade I'll come to you for help on homework.

  • 6 grade -

    I love basketball more than you.

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