Monday, April 27, 2009


All sentences in English can be divided into the two constituents of subject and predicate, even when, as sometimes occurs, the subject isn’t an explicit part of a given sentence.

Almost everything else that one may see in a sentence will be part of either the subject or the predicate.

In addition, a subject/predicate combination constitutes what is referred to as a clause.
This means that every sentence is a clause.


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