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    What is the subject of the following sentence:
    Let each man decide for himself.

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    Re: Subjects

    "each man" is the subject here. It is a 'complete subject' (as opposed to 'simple subject').

    The complete subject is the who or what that is doing the verb ('decide') plus all of the modifiers that go with it.
    Last edited by bianca; 13-Jun-2007 at 08:15.

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