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    Please help!

    I need help explaining the grammar structure of this question. Any help will be appreciated! Here it is'
    What you must never do is try to be something that you are not.

    Thanks in advance for your help!

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    Re: Please help!

    Quote Originally Posted by vanscott View Post
    I need help explaining the grammar structure of this question. Any help will be appreciated! Here it is'
    What you must never do is try to be something that you are not.

    Thanks in advance for your help!
    You should first try to identify the main verb in the sentence, the one that links everything together. From that, you will be able to identify the subject phrase and the complement. Do you want to start on that?

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