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what is the subject in the following sentece... these past three days have been quiet and enjoyable

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    When you are trying to find the subject, it is best if you identify the VERB FIRST.

    The verb in this sentence is a form of the linking verb "to be." It's "have been."

    Now ask yourself, "What have been...?"

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