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  1. rascalflattschic@aol.com
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    need help with this sentence

    How would I diagram this sentence?

    Below are some things that Frances Havergal accomplished in her service for the Lord.

    This sentence has an adjective clause. Is things your subject, are your linking verb, some is an adjective, so then is below an adverb?

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: need help with this sentence

    The subject is underlined, and the "that" clause modifies the noun "things":

    Below are some things that Frances Havergal accomplished in her service for the Lord.

    Note, subjects are nominals. Let's look at the reverse,

    Some things that Frances Havergal accomplished in her service for the Lord are below.

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