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When a sentence has a prepositional phrase, it is best to ignore the prepositional phrase when determining what the subject is.
A) True
B) False
Answer is B

  • Grammar -

    No!! I taught my students to eliminate prepositional phrases when finding the subject and verb.

    It's easy to find the subject when you eliminate the prepositional phrases.

    In the middle of the night, one of my sisters had a nightmare.

    (In the middle) (of the night), one (of my sisters) had a nightmare.

  • Grammar -

    SO IT'S TRUE THEN?

  • Grammar -

    Yes. It is true.

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