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  1. miss Frankenstein
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    Red face Where is my subject?

    A few of the guests at the wedding wanted to dance with the bride.

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    Re: Where is my subject?

    “A few of the guests at the wedding” is the subject of your sentence. The subject word or the head noun is ‘guests’.

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