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ok look at your definitions of each of the choices write them down and see what one fits the best.
simple subject- A simple subject is the main word in the complete subject simple predicate- A simple predicate, or a verb, is the main word or phrase in the complete predicate complete subject- A complete subject includes all words used to identify the person, place, thing if idea that the sentence is about. complete predicate- A complete predicate includes all the words that tell what the subject is doing or that tells something about the subject.
Rewritten They were among the early contributors to the magazine.
ya but wouldn't you say that it would be a complete subject because person, place, or thing?
correct they the subject
ok so it would be ether: simple subject- A simple subject is the main word in the complete subject or complete subject- A complete subject includes all words used to identify the person, place, thing if idea that the sentence is about. and sorry i am in 8th grade and grammar is the one thing i have a problem with
all words used to identify the person, place, thing OR idea that the sentence is about.
(Dorothy Parker and E.B. White).
that would be person
subject noun person yes ( here people since plural)