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Which is the subject of this sentence? Along the way, stop and take in the breathtaking views. A. stop B. views C. an understood you D. way

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  1. anonymous
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    nothing is underlined brb

  2. anonymous
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    C. an understood you Command verbs, such as stop and take in your sentence, have an imaginary "You" in the sentence. That's is why an understood you applies here. You can even add the "You" in front of the verbs, changing the sentence into: "Along the way, YOU stop and YOU take in the breathtaking views."

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    thanks bunches. :))

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    You're welcome. :) How many more questions?

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