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    Subject and verbs

    Try walking more instead of using the car.
    My question which is the subject and which is the verb?

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    Re: Subject and verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Try walking more instead of using the car.
    My question which is the subject and which is the verb?
    The subject is 'You'; the verb is "try".

    You should try walking (more) instead of using the car (so much).

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