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Which sentence has a subject complement?
1. The nurse felt my pulse.
2. I felt much better.
3. The day ended with many surprises.
4. We can't leave without seeing her.

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  2. A subject complement follows a linking or sense verb.... The complement will either modify or be identical to the subject. Look at the word "felt" in the two sentences.... Which of those has a word following felt that describes the subject?

    Linking verbs - am, is, are, was, were, be, being, been
    Sense verbs - sounds, feels, smells, seems, etc.

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