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  1. mel1290
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    nouns

    what is a subject noun

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    Re: nouns

    Subject noun or noun phrase comes before the main verb.
    e.g.
    Peter borrowed my books.
    Broccoli is good for your health.
    Last year, Bob went to New York. (Same, but not directly at the beginning.)

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