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    I have homework that is asking me to find a common subject for these words: pizza, babies, newspapers, and mail

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    Re: Paul

    What do you mean by subject? They're the same part of speech, but unless they want you to write something that uses these words, I don't really understand the task.

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    Re: Paul

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I have homework that is asking me to find a common subject for these words: pizza, babies, newspapers, and mail
    They're all delivered. But that's a verb.

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