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New post 29 Jul 2004, 07:42
Hello this may seem very trvial but I often have difficulty identifying the subject of a sectence

two examples

1. Who could live without icecream? - What is the subject here?

2. There are many reasons to score higher on the gmat. subject?

is there a way (a series of question etc) that i can use to help identify the subject?

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New post 30 Jul 2004, 21:25
Damit,

this would answer above questions http://webster.commnet.edu/grammar/subjects.htm

it is a good read.
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