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Directions: circle the word that describes the subject of the sentence.


The dance competition will be stiff.

is the answer compitition?

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    Yes, you're right.

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    No one seems nrvous, however.


    Nervous is correct right?

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    Nervous -- not the subject.

    The verb is "seems" so who seems... ?

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    No one!

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    Right!!

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    our teams are great.

    Our?

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    r u going to answer me?

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    Please....................I need help and after this one ], there will only be one more

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    our describes that it's your team not mine ;)

    ur right :)

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