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I have to classify this sentence:

Wow!(I) I(sn)/saw(v) a(a) falling(adj) meteor(do) clearly(adv) during(p) the(a) night(op).

Is this correct?

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    All looks correct except that the subject is a pronoun, not a noun. I don't know if that makes a difference or not in your coding.

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