Identify the subject and complete verb in each of the following sentences.
1. Please go to the store and buy some milk for the baby.
A. you; go/store
B. you; go/buy
C. store; go/buy
D. milk; go/buy
I think that it's D (milk is the subject and go/buy is the complete verb
2. Have you ever been to Georgetown to visit your brother?
A. you; been
B. you; have
C. you; have been
D. you; have ever been
I think it's D. (You is the subject, and have ever been is the complete verb)

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  1. 1. D - no
    go buy is the verb. But the subject is the person who is doing this action. Milk does not buy anything.

    2. D - no
    Ever is an adverb, not a verb.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Ah ok...thank you
    1. B
    2. C

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  3. Yes, now you are correct..

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  4. Thank you

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