subject and predicate for (let's not fight with him)

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user_gary

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Let's not fight with him.


How to identify subject and predicate in this sentence?
Could you isolate `subject and predicate' in this sentence for me?
 

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The subject is in green, the predicate in purple.

Let's not fight with him
 

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The subject is in green, the predicate in purple.

Let's not fight with him
"Let's" ("Let's" ("Let us") is the subject even though "us" is in the objective case?

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The subject is incorporated. ;-)
 

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Thanks!
:)

(Good to "see" you again.)

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Good to see you, RonBee!!!

Hey, are ya gonna give up without a fight? Do you actually believe me? :-D;-)
 

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Good to see you, RonBee!!!

Hey, are ya gonna give up without a fight? Do you actually believe me? :-D;-)
Of course I believe you. (I know the subject of that sentence isn't "him".)

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Right. ;-) The subject is incorporated in fused Let's. Us (We).
 
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