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    Smile What's the difference between object and subject?

    because in WHo or WHom Test, there are two similar questions:
    1. Who is often used as a relative pronoun when it is the object of a verb.
    2. Who is often used as a relative pronoun when it is the subject of a verb.

    the answer to both is true, but what are the difference?

    oh , and plz, did i say it right? "the answer to both are true" or "the answer to both is true"? thanx!


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    Re: What's the difference between object and subject?

    subject is the "main object" in a sentence
    obeject is the "second object" in a sentence



    EX : a man was kill by the dog. ( the man is the main obeject you are taking about - "subject" . the dog is the second object -"obeject")

    ex: the house was built in 1993
    a man built a house yesterday

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