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2. The complete predicate of the sentence begins with the word

A. great.
B. met.
C. the.
D. sailed

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    Is this your sentence?

    As it sailed south,Lord Nelson's great ship,Victory,met the Spanish fleet near Trafalgar.

    Where do you think the predicate starts?

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