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How do you classify the sentence:

The hunting dog tracked the raccoon through the brush.

A adj n/v a DO (p a op)

Is this correct?

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    Where's the subject?

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    dog is the sn

    The (a) hunging (adj) dog (sn)/ tracked (v) the (a) raccoon (do) through (p) the (a) brush (op).

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    That should say hunting*

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    OK, looks good.

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    Thank you

  • english -

    The hunting dog tracked the raccoon through the brush.

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