Choose the sentence that 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. This one I have a problem with.

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Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. The day ended with many surprises. B. I felt much better. C. The nurse felt my pulse. D. We can't leave without seeing her. I think it's B.

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Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. The day ended with many surprises. B. I felt much better. C. The nurse felt my pulse. D. We can't leave without seeing I think it's B.

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choose the sentence that has a subject complement a. the nurse felt my pulse b. i felt much better c. the day ended with many surprises d. we can't leave without seeing her

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5. Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. I felt much better. [B. The nurse felt my pulse.] C. The day ended with many surprises. D. We can't leave without seeing her. is my answer correct

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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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Choose the sentence that 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. This one I have a problem with. I think it is #2 - I felt much better. I think all of them have a ...

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Which has a subject complement? A) The day ended with many surprises B) We can't leave without seeing her. C) The nurse felt my pulse D) I felt much better

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Which has a subject complement? A. The nurse felt my pulse. B. I felt much better. C. The day ended with many surprises. D. We can't leave without seeing her. Please explain

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