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I am having a difficult time classifying this sentence:

Did Clint's son change the damaged tire on their car?

Please help!
Thanks!

  • Shurley English -

    It's an interrogative sentence; it asks a question.

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    https://www.shurley.com/pdf/parent_help/Parent%20Help%20Booklet-L4w.pdf

    I don't really know what this requires, but use this below and see:

    Clint's (possessive, adjective)
    son (subject, noun)
    Did change (main verb - did = auxiliary verb; change = base verb)
    the (article)
    damaged (participle, adjective)
    tire (noun, direct object)
    on (preposition)
    their (possessive, adjective)
    car? (noun, object of preposition "on")

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