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I need help with the different part of this sentence. "I have been a fan of mystery stories since I was quite young." I is a pronoun, fan is a noun, mystery is an adjective, stories is the subject..Am I missing anything else?

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    First, "stories" is not the subject. "I" is the subject.

    Are you supposed to work on the second clause here, too?

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