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    HELP-Unable to find definitions

    What is the difference between a simlpe subject and a complete subject

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    Re: HELP-Unable to find definitions

    Simply put, a simple subject is the subject of a sentence without any of its modifiers; a complete subject is one with all its modifiers.

    Let’s look at this example: "The hungry baby is crying." The simple subject is ‘baby’ and the complete subject is ‘ The hungry baby’.

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