What is the subject?
In this example what is the subject of this sentence?
Suppose he stole a gun and committed a crime with it.
What is this type of construction called and what is the subject of suppose?
Re: What is the subject?
This is an imperative sentence:
Originally Posted by Dearleader
"[You] suppose he stole a gun ..."
The implied subject is "you". This is the case generally for imperative sentences.
Some imperative sentences have specific subjects:
"Charles, eat your breakfast!" Here the subject is "Charles".
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