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What are the parts of the sentence.
example: verb, subject, prepositional phase, linking verb, subject compliment, direct object, indirect object, object compliment.
The committee elected George chairman.

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asked by Donna
  1. I'll be glad to check your answers.

  2. The only car for him is one of those new GTO's

    Car=subject
    for=verb
    is=linking verb
    one of those new GTO's=prep phase

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    posted by Donna
  3. for is a preposition, not a verb

    one -- predicate nominative

    of those new GTO's -- prep phrase

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