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    Question subject and predicate

    Let's not fight with him.


    How to identify subject and predicate in this sentence?
    Could you isolate `subject and predicate' in this sentence for me?


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    Re: subject and predicate

    Hi, Gary,
    I think there is no subject in the Imperative - at all.
    Regards.


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    Re: subject and predicate

    Quote Originally Posted by Humble View Post
    Hi, Gary,
    I think there is no subject in the Imperative - at all.
    Regards.
    Thanks Humble.

    That I know.

    But,

    Let see example :

    Please excuse me sir. (Here: subject `you' is understood)

    Similarly,

    Let's not fight with him.

    (Here which subject is understood?) or somethng else?

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