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i don't know, but it's hanging by its feet chirped flitter
What is the complete subject and complete predicates

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  1. I is the complete subject. The rest of the sentence is the complete predicate.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. What is the simple subjects and simple predicates?

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  3. If you had bothered to put correct capitalization and punctuation in the sentence, it could be understood better.

    I don't know, but it's hanging by its feet chirped flitter. What????

    There are at least two clauses there, maybe three:
    "I don't know" is obviously the first clause, and "I" is the simple subject; "I" is also the complete subject. The complete predicate (everything other than the complete subject in that clause) is "don't know" -- so that's one clause.

    But you'll need to provide correct capitalization and punctuation in the rest of that for us to make any sense out of it.

    Please re-post when you decide to post it correctly.

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    Writeacher
  4. β€œI don't know, but it's hanging by its feet,” chirped Flitter

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  5. Aha! It's THREE clauses then!

    "chirped Flitter" is the main clause. Which of those words is the verb (the action)? The other is the subject.

    The second clause is what I already gave you above: "I don't know"

    The third clause is "but it's hanging by its feet" <~~there is only one word in there that's the subject (both the simple subject and the complete subject). Can you identify it? Once you've identified the subject, the rest of that clause is the complete predicate.

    Let me know what you decide -- and don't forget the correct capitalization and punctuation as you type.

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  6. The simple subject in the sentence

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  7. i don't know

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  8. What type of sentence is it?

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  9. i am a 1 year old

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  10. i cannot give out my real name

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  11. omg omg omg omg omg omg omg

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